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Linda Joan Stewart, American Educator. Recipient Svc. award City of Alva, 1989; named Best Teacher United Black Student Alliance, 1983.

Background

Stewart, Linda Joan was born on October 17, 1938 in Monterey Park, California, United States. Daughter of Ralph Francis and Maude Irene (Spicer) Williams.

Education

Bachelor of Education, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, 1962; M of Teaching, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, 1964; Doctor of Education, Oklahoma State University, 1969; postgraduate, Lindenwood College.

Career

High school teacher, Medicine Lodge (Kansas) Unified #361, 1962-1963; high school teacher, counselor, Harper (Kansas) Public School, 1963-1965; professor, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, 1967-1992. Director facilities Harold Hall Northwestern Oklahoma State University, since 1967, acting chairman, speech and drama, 1968-1971, drama director, since 1967.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author numerous college plays.

Membership

Chairman Art show, Alva, Oklahoma, 1982, Pride in Hazelton, Kansas, 1984, Cenntennial Celebration, Alva and Woods County, Oklahoma, 1989, HomecomingAlva, 1986. Lay speaker Methodist Church. Board directors Wesley Foundation, since 1987, N.W. Family Superior vena cava syndrome, 1984.

Member American Association of University Women, Business and Professional Women, Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Phi Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: military insignia collecting, photography, music, sports, animal welfare.

Connections

Married Douglas L. Stewart, December 22, 1962 (divorced 1972).

father:
Ralph Francis Williams

mother:
Maude Irene (Spicer) Williams

spouse:
Douglas L. Stewart