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educator , librarian

Leona Mindell Lindvig, American librarian, educator. Certified teacher K-8, Washington. Scholar American Association of University Women, 1992.

Background

Lindvig, Leona Mindell was born on September 18, 1946 in Bremerton, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Edward and Adene Mindell Vig.

Education

Bachelor in Psychology, Western Washington University, 1969. Forest technician certified, Peninsula College, 1975. Master of Education, Central Washington University, 1994.

Career

Forest engineer Crown Zellerbach, Sekiu, Washington, 1975-1977. Forest technical United States Forest Service, Cle Elum, 1978. Library Roslyn (Washington) Public Library., 1978-1996, Carpenter Memorial Library., Cle Elum, 1980-1981.

Library II Clallam Bay (Washington) Correctional Center, 1990. Graduate assistant Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, 1992-1993, library specialist, 1996—2004, library media specialist, lecturer, since 2004. Substitute teacher Cle Elum (Washington)-Roslyn School, 1994-1996.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher K-8, Washington.

Connections

Married James David Selin, November 27, 1969 (divorced 1977). 1 child: Korin Nicole. Married Paul Wallace Johnson, May 21, 1977 (divorced 2000).

Children: Gunnar, Turi, Ole-Paul.

father:
Edward Vig

mother:
Adene Mindell Vig

spouses:
James David Selin

Paul Wallace Johnson

children:
Gunnar Lindvig

Turi Lindvig

Ole-Paul Lindvig