Becky Carr Imhauser is an author, educator, and public speaker. She has written seven books about Sedalia and Pettis County history. These include All Along Ohio Street, a history of downtown Sedalia, and Sedalia, part of Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series. Becky also wrote “A Sedalia Christmas,” a play about Sedalia’s Christmas heritage, which premiered at Sedalia’s historic Liberty Theatre in 2008.
Sentinmental Reflections, a nationally syndicated program, features a video segment about the history of Sedalia and includes an interview with Becky.
A former magazine and newspaper editor, Becky has published more than 800 articles in national periodicals. She also produces curriculum for national and international publishers.
Becky recently hosted Ted Landphair who reported on Queen City of the Prairies for Voice of America.
Becky is an adunct college English instructor and publishing consultant. She holds a bacherlor’sdegree in English, a master’s degree in education and is completing a doctorate degree in education.
Combining her experience in publishing and education, Becky makes presentations to conferences and civic groups and leads guided tours of Sedalia. She is a presenter for the Missouri History Speaker’s bureau, sponsored by the State Historical Society of Missouri.
Following the death of her first husband, the Rev. Dr. Steve Carr, Becky married Bill Imhauser. She lives in Sedalia with her husband and children, Joe and Leah Carr.