Cindee Dupaquier Bio
Cindee Dupaquier was born outside of Detroit, Michigan. The 4th of 5 children, she moved with her family to Texas as a young girl.
During junior High and High School she was active in UIL competition and Drama. After graduation, she went to work in the Ophthalmic industry, where she eventually served 2 terms as the President of the Texas Ophthalmic Professionals Society.
She also served 3 terms on the City Council for a local municipality.Cindee attended UTSA, where she was deciding between a major in History or Psychology. Her desire is to return to college and complete her degree when her oldest child finishes at UIW.
As a mother of two girls, Cindee began homeschooling her children around 2002. In various co-ops, she has taught classes in crochet, history (through the American Girl Dolls), public speaking, and Civics. Her Civics courses were very interactive and included studies of the three branches of US government, where students learned how to run elections, legislate, and argued landmark Supreme Court cases. Additionally, Cindee has taught a short course on the Bible and the Bill of Rights.
Always an avid reader, Cindee enjoys a wide variety of genre including classics (American and World), historical biographies, political commentary, and Christian Romance. Her first novel, "Wrestling Angels", was released in March 2014. Her second is due out in the Fall of 2015, and a third in the Spring of 2016.
A member of Lighthouse Baptist Church in San Antonio, she enjoys singing in the choir and helping in the nursery. In her community, she volunteers as a Little League board member, coach, and umpire. She currently resides in Windcrest, Tx with her husband Dale, a local pediatrician, and daughters, Kelsee and Sarah.
Cindee is teaching a variety of classes for LEAP and is a co-director of the program.