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Linda Maxine Cantrell

Linda Maxine Cantrell, American Counselor. Certified secondary teacher, Michigan. Recipient Gil Bursley award Republican Party, 1972, scholarship Chi Omega, 1957.


  • Cantrell, Linda Maxine was born on June 20, 1938 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Donald LaVerne and Lila Maxine (Crull) Katz.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University of Michigan, 1960;Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1963;postgraduate, University of Michigan, 1963-1965.


    • Caseworker, Cook County Department Public Aid, Chicago, 1960;psychometrist, Evanston (Illinois) Schools, 1960-1961;research associate, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1961-1964;guidance counselor, Radcliff Middle School, Garden City, Michigan, 1964-1966;director guidance and counseling, St. Mary Academy, Monroe, Michigan, 1985-1987;counselor, head counselor, instructor, Ypsilanti (Michigan) Adult Education, since 1987;teacher young adult program, Ypsilanti Public Schools, 1995-1997.


    Republican precinct leader Ann Arbor, 1971. Clerk, marker, recording secretary Thrift Shop of Ann Arbor, since 1981. Board directors Ypsilanti Adult/Cmty.

    Education Advisory Committee, since 1990. Treasurer Burns Park School, Ann Arbor, 1978-1979. Recording secretary Chapel of Love Church, 1989-1997.

    Co-chairman benefits Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra, 1981-1982. Chairman annual benefit Rudolf Steiner School Ann Arbor, 1984-1985. Treasurer Burns Park PTO, 1978-1979.

    Volunteer Greenhills Schools, 1978-1981, St. Paul's Lutheran School, 1972-1973, among others Member American Association of University Women (fellowship chairman 1971-1973), Michigan Association for Counseling and Development (membership chairman Monroe County chapter 1986-1987), Ypsilanti Federation Teachers (recording secretary 1989-1991), Michigan Association for Academy Advisors Community Education, Washtenaw Counselors Association, Monroe County Counselors Association (membership chairman 1985-1987), Ann Arbor Women's City Club (membership committee 1985-1987), Eastern Michigan U. College Business Wives (program chairman 1974, president 1975), Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta.



    Avocations: dancing, making jewelry, self-improvement, art, swimming, music.


    • Married Douglas D. Cantrell, December 28, 1963. Children: Douglas David Junior, Warren Vincent, Bryan LaVerne.
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