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Mary Vinnedge

Before becoming SUCCESS managing editor, Mary Vinnedge had served as an editor and writer for publications such as The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Times Herald, Charlotte Observer and Design NJ magazine. She earned a journalism degree from Texas A&M University and is married with three daughters and three dogs.


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