Ms. Whealey is born in New York, New York to Edgar Bertram Deimel and Lois Elizabeth Washburn.
Ms. Whealey receives a Bachelor of Arts in history from Stanford University.
Ms. Whealey becomes a fifth grade teacher at Swaybe School (now Owyhee Combined School) in Owyhee, Nevada.
Ms. Whealey marries Robert Howard Whealey.
Ms. Whealey becomes a seventh grade teacher in Fort Knox Dependent School in Kentucky.
Ms. Whealey becomes an adult basic education teacher for the United States Air Force in Oxford, Mississippi.
Ms. Whealey becomes a sixth grade teacher at Amerman School (now Amerman Elementary School).
Ms. Whealey becomes an eighth grade English and social studies teacher at Slauson Junior High School (now Slauson Middle School).
Ms. Whealey serves as the administrative assistant of the Humanities Conference at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
Ms. Whealey receives a Master of Arts in political science from The Ohio University.
Ms. Whealey is appointed president of the League of Women Voters of Athens County.
Ms. Whealey is appointed president of the Athens branch of the American Association of University Women.
Ms. Whealey is appointed president of the Ohio board of the American Association of University Women.
Ms. Whealey receives the Community Service Award from the Athens County Community Service Council.
Ms. Whealey receives the Spirit Award from the League of Women Voters of Athens County.
Ms. Whealey is named an Outstanding Feminist by the Athens Herstory Celebration.
Ms. Whealey receives a master’s degree in social science from The Ohio University.
Ms. Whealey receives the Social Justice Award from United Campus Ministry (now UCM) at Ohio University.
Ms. Whealey receives the Nora Price Award from SEOH Planned Parenthood.
Ms. Whealey is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.