Frances Winfield

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Frances Winfield (28 October 1983)

Frances Winfield, also known as Frances Bremer is an American author, also notable for being the wife of the former administrator of Iraq, Ambassador Paul Bremer.


A Connecticut native, Winfield met her husband at a Dixieland concert. The two became college sweethearts and married in 1966. A devout Roman Catholic, she and her husband are extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion at their local parish in Maryland. They have two adult children.

Recently, she has become a spokeswoman for the National Fibromyalgia Association, hoping to raise national and international awareness of the illness she herself has.

Selected works[edit]

Running to Paradise is in the process of being made into a motion picture.[citation needed]