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Colleen Kay Hutchins

Colleen Kay Hutchins (May 23, 1926 – March 24, 2010), was crowned as Brigham Young University Homecoming Queen in 1947. In 1952, she was crowned as Miss America.

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Colleen Kay Hutchins
... Colleen Kay Hutchins (May 23, 1926 – March 24, 2010), was crowned as Brigham Young University Homecoming Queen in 1947 ... Hutchins was a native of Salt Lake City, Utah ... She was the sister of basketball player Mel Hutchins, the mother of former NBA player Kiki Vandeweghe, and grandmother of 2008 US Open - Girls Singles winner Coco Vandeweghe ...

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    Tell [the next Miss America] she is taking on a great responsibility. A responsibility to herself, to her people, to the Miss American Pageant, the people of Atlantic City, her state and her nation. Tell her the country and the world will judge America by her.
    Colleen Kay Hutchins (b. c. 1932)

    Tell [the next Miss America] she is taking on a great responsibility. A responsibility to herself, to her people, to the Miss American Pageant, the people of Atlantic City, her state and her nation. Tell her the country and the world will judge America by her.
    Colleen Kay Hutchins (b. c. 1932)

    Tell [the next Miss America] she is taking on a great responsibility. A responsibility to herself, to her people, to the Miss American Pageant, the people of Atlantic City, her state and her nation. Tell her the country and the world will judge America by her.
    —Colleen Kay Hutchins (b. c. 1932)

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