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Arleigh Leon Lincoln

social worker , educator.

Arleigh Leon Lincoln, American social worker, educator. member Government's Committee Handicapped; member Kentucky Commission Children and Youth; member Kentucky Child Development Corporation, Kentucky Rehabilitation Association, Kentucky Cerebral Palsy Association, Fund Precipitually Handicapped Children; member Kentucky Child Welfare Research Foundation; Kiwanian.

Background

Lincoln, Arleigh Leon was born on April 20, 1910 in Woodward, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Leon and Belle (Buffington) Lincoln.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Northeastern Oklahoma College, 1933. Certificate of social work U. Oklahoma, 1941, Master of Social Work, 1942. Doctor of Humane Letters, Wesley College, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1948.

Career

Oklahoma, 1934-1936; district supervisor social worker Department Public Welfare, Oklahoma, 1936-1942. Instructor U. South Dakot, 1942-1944. District supervisor State Department Social Security, Pierre, South Dakot, 1942-1944.

Associate professor of University North Dakota, 1944-1949, professor, director div. social work, 1948. Professor sociology, acting head department sociology and anthropology, 1949-1956. Dean Raymond A. Kent School Social Work, U. Louisville, professor sociology College Arts and Sciences, 1962-1963, professor arts, 1963-1965.

Associate regional representative special services Department Health, Edition and Welfare, Region VII, Dallas, since 1965. Delaware White House Conference Children and Youth, 1959-1960, White House Conference Aging, 1961. Member Government's Committee Handicapped.

Member Kentucky Commission Children and Youth. Board member Kentucky Child Development Corporation, Kentucky Rehabilitation Association, Kentucky Cerebral Palsy Association, Fund Precipitually Handicapped Children. Chairman Kentucky Epilepsy League.

Member Kentucky Child Welfare Research Foundation. President Kentucky Association Retarded Children. Advisory board committee mental retardation Southern Regional Education Board.

Religion

When anybody starts to follow the way of Jesus, it means to share his relationship with God as Father.

Politics

Christian discipleship is a commitment to work for social and political change of the community you live in.

Views

Some personalities are difficult to manage, especially if they are prone to despair. Do not give up on a search of the paths of God, and the sense of joy and assurances you are looking for will be received.

Membership

Member Government's Committee Handicapped. Member Kentucky Commission Children and Youth. Member Kentucky Child Development Corporation, Kentucky Rehabilitation Association, Kentucky Cerebral Palsy Association, Fund Precipitually Handicapped Children.

Member Kentucky Child Welfare Research Foundation.

Connections

Married Dorothy G. Rogers, June 29, 1934. Children: Patricia Ann, Charles A. Social worker State Welfare Board.

father:
Leon Lincoln

mother:
Belle (Buffington) Lincoln

spouse:
Dorothy G. Rogers

children:
Patricia Ann Lincoln

Charles A. Social worker State Welfare Bd Lincoln