Florence WIlliams Cawley
Florence Williams Cawley
Class of 1969, 1974
Regional Marketing Director for ValuTeachers/LSW
Florence Williams Cawley was born in Savannah, Georgia and married Ed Cawley in 1969. She attended Charles Ellis Elementary, Myers Junior High, and Savannah High School, where she graduated with honors as 10th in the class of 1965.
As a student at Armstrong, Cawley served on the Student Senate, President’s Advisory Board, and Honor Council from 1965 to 1969. She wrote the Student Government Constitution in 1968. As a result of these and other activities, including serving on the Inkwell and Geechee Yearbook staffs, performing with the Masquers, and choir, Florence Williams received the Silver A and was listed in “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities” in 1969. She graduated cum laude.
Cawley served on the Armstrong Alumni Board for seven years.
She taught English, Drama, and Musical Theater at Savannah High from 1969 to 2003. She wrote the curriculum for the first for-credit drama programs for the States of Georgia and Tennessee. She was the advisor to her drama students for the Thespian Society and the Georgia and Southeastern Theater Conferences.
Cawley is a member of Beta Sigma Phi, a service sorority that fund raises for worthwhile charities in local communities.
Currently, Cawley is a Regional Marketing Director for ValuTeachers/LSW and is teaching the value of retirement savings to the Savannah Public School System’s employees.