Dee Vinton was known as Dancin’ Dee around the NAMM Foundation’s Museum of Making Music where she was a noted docent since the early 2000’s. Dee was fond of telling her tour groups that her mother was a dime-a-dance girl in the heyday of the 1920’s dance craze. After retiring from a successful career in the food service industry, where she pioneered the hiring of special needs employees, Dee signed up to learn about the music products industry and to serve as a museum docent. Her warm and friendly personality and strong knowledge of the exhibits made Dee one of the true treasures of the NAMM Foundation’s Museum of Making Music.
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