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Elizabeth Louise Marcoux, American librarian. Fellow independent study National Endowment of the Humanities, 1991.


Marcoux, Elizabeth Louise was born on June 16, 1952 in St. Louis. Daughter of Lyman Robert and Ruth Emily (Sides) Amburgey.


Bachelor in Secondary Education, University Arizona, 1973. Master of Library Science, University Arizona, 1979. Postgraduate, University Arizona, 1995.


Teacher English as second language Colombo Americano, Bogota, Colombia, 1970-1971. Catalog assistant University Arizona Medical School Library., Tucson, 1971-1975. Teacher/librarian Pueblo High School, 1974-1980.

Librarian Sahuaro High School, 1980-1986. Head librarian Rincon/University High School, since 1986. Adjunct faculty member University Arizona Graduate Library.

School, since 1989

Evaluator North Center Association Arizona, since 1986. Executive board University High School Site Based Management Team, Tucson, 1989-1992, staff development consultant, since 1993.


Volunteer, board directors Southern Arizona Rescue Association, Tucson, since 1974. Member Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, since 1980. Coordinator American Field Service, 1976-1979.

Member Southern Arizona Rescue Association, Arizona State Library. Association (division president 1988-1990), American Library Association, American Association School Librarians (chair continuing education/professional development committee since 1991, chair vision guidelines committee since 1994), Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa Gamma.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, gourmet cooking, travel, outdoor activities.


Married Douglas Ray Marcoux, February 13, 1953. Children: Douglas Randall, Jeffrey Paul.

Lyman Robert Amburgey

Ruth Emily (Sides) Amburgey

Douglas Ray Marcoux

Douglas Randall Marcoux

Jeffrey Paul Marcoux