Business & Dining with Civility

After 29 years teaching/facilitating college and corporate audiences, Etiquette Plus is gently closing her doors. Not leaving anyone empty handed, the mini-book/e-book Business & Dining with Civility has been created for the swan song message so crucial in today's business and social circles of society.

Thank you to everyone who has touched my life in a way that I have had the opportunity and privilege to give back.

In closing, may footprints that we leave inspire others to believe.

God speed.

Nonnie Cameron Owens

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Good Evening Nonnie, I just attended your final [collegiate] etiquette class and I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you for a truly lovely evening full of laughs and quite a bit of learning on my part. I have always wanted to learn proper etiquette and I am so pleased that I was able to attend and learn from such a highly esteemed expert. I really loved that you taught us proper etiquette in a fun and easy to remember way, and helped calm our nerves when it comes to fine dining. Thank you so much for coming out to Ave Maria tonight, what you taught me tonight will impact me for years to come. It was an absolute pleasure to meet you, I wish you all the best. Thank you, God bless.

-Taylor Sterling

Ave Maria University, Class of 2016

Nonnie Cameron Owens


About Author

Nonnie is a certified US and Asian Etiquette Consultant. She is a past member of Association of Image Consultants International (AICI Chicago), Strathmore’s Who’s Who, the chamber of commerce in Lafayette, Indiana, Association of Women Business Owners in Lafayette, and the board of directors at Thomas Duncan Community Hall. For seven years, she wrote an etiquette column for the Lafayette, Indiana Journal & Courier newspaper. Just before she retired from a 32-year career with the airlines in 1996, she was inducted into the American Airlines Hall of Fame for Professional Flight Attendants. In 2003, Governor George Patton commissioned her as a Kentucky Colonel. She is a member of Continental Who’s Who, American Airlines Kiwi Organization, Chi Omega Alumnae and Order of Omega.

For over 25 years, she was known on campuses nationwide as “Mom Nonnie” where she facilitated etiquette and relationship programs for hundreds of thousands of students. She served as a Sigma Phi Epsilon housemother at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for 12 years. In August of 2013, she was honored at Sig Ep’s Conclave in Dallas and was recognized for 23 years of service in Resolution #25. In 2013, she completed her tenure with the NCAA and NACWAA. In July of 2014, Delta Tau Delta fraternity honored her at their Karnea convention where she received the Edwin L. Heminger Award for Interfraternity excellence. For seven years, she served as Chi Omega’s House Corporation Board president at Florida Gulf Coast University’s Pi Mu chapter in Fort Myers, stepping down in July 2014. In March of 2015, Nonnie completed her eleventh year as a core speaker at Phi Kappa Psi American Leadership Academy in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Nonnie is married to retired US Navy Captain and Naval Aviator Bruce H. Owens. They live in Fairfield Glade, Tennessee.

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