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Laura Marie Linebach

Laura Marie Linebach, American Nurse, historian, writer ( hlth: hlth. service)nurse, historian, writer. Recipient Award of Excellence Trans World Assurance, 1973. Member American Association History of Nursing, Missouri Nurses Association (editor newsletter district 2 1978-1983), Sigma Teta Tau, Beta Lambda (counselor 1981-1984).; Club: Clipped Wings (Kansas City) (international reporter since 1984).

Background

Linebach, Laura Marie was born on August 3, 1949 in St. Louis. Daughter of Paul George and Ada Marie (Sullivan) Regna.

Education

ADN, Mercy Junior College, 1970. Bachelor of science in nursing magna cum laude, Avila College, 1977. Master of Arts in American History U. Missouri, Kansas City, 1987.

Registered Nurse. Flight attendant Trans World Assurance, Kansas City, Missoury, 1970-1978. Staff nurse medical/surgical department St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Missoury, 1970-1977. Staff nurse psychiatric department Kansas U. Medical Center, Kansas City, 1978-1979.

Writer, managing editor Greater Kansas City Nursing, Overland Park, Kansas, 1982-1994. Founder, co-trustee, chairman Nursing Heritage Foundation, Kansas City, 1980^. Nurse, psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, Western Missouri Mental Health Center, Kansas City, 1987^, profl.recruiter, 1989-1993, quality management director, 1993^.

Advising committee member U. Missouri-Kansas City School Nursing, 1980-1981, affiliate faculty, 1989^.

Career

Flight attendant Trans World Airlines, Kansas City, 1970—1978. Staff nurse medical/surgical department St. Luke's Hospital, 1970—1978. Staff nurse psychiatric department Kansas University Medical Center, 1978—1979.

Writer, managing editor Greater Kansas City Nursing, Overland Park, Kansas, 1982—1994. Founder, co-trustee, chairman Nursing Heritage Foundation, Kansas City, since 1980. Nurse, psychiatric Intensive Care Unit, Western Missouri Mental Health Center, since 1987, professional recruiter, 1989—1993, quality management director, since 1993.

Advisory committee member University Missouri-Kansas City School Nursing, 1980—1981, affiliate faculty, since 1989. Author, photographer of slide presentation Nurses for Nursing, 1982. Private practice; Captain United States Air Force Reserve.

Membership

Member of Missouri Nurses Association (editor newsletter district 2 1978-1983), American Association History Nursing, Clipped Wings Club (Kansas City) (international reporter since 1984), Beta Lambda (counselor 1981-1984), Sigma Teta Tau.

Connections

Children: Anastasia, Grant, Sean, Nicole.