Ms. MacQueen is born in Kansas City, Missouri to Ira Raymond Milks and Margaret Estelle Milks.
Ms. MacQueen authors the poem “Sweet Pea Teddy Bear” in an English class.
Ms. MacQueen joins the Women’s Army Corps of the U.S. Army as a personnel specialist.
Ms. MacQueen receives the National Defense Service Medal from the U.S. Army.
Ms. MacQueen becomes an administrative specialist in the U.S. Army.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a broadcast journalist in the U.S. Army.
Ms. MacQueen receives the Army Commendation Medal from the U.S. Army.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a radio traffic specialist for Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (now the American Forces Network).
Ms. MacQueen receives an Associate of Arts in liberal arts from Los Angeles Valley College.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a radio production specialist for Armed Forces Radio and TV.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a supervisor broadcast support specialist for Armed Forces Radio and TV.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a broadcast support manager for Armed Forces Radio and TV.
Ms. MacQueen becomes an internal information manager for Armed Forces Radio and TV.
Ms. MacQueen receives a Bachelor of Science in liberal studies from Excelsior College.
Ms. MacQueen becomes a news and sports specialist for Armed Forces Radio and TV.
Ms. MacQueen publishes her poem, “Sweet Pea Teddy Bear,” in the National Library of Poetry.
Ms. MacQueen earns a certificate in interior design from the University of California, Riverside.
Ms. MacQueen establishes The Keilani Company and Ladysmythe Handcrafts.
Ms. MacQueen becomes an allied member of the Pasadena chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers.
Ms. MacQueen is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.