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Linda Joyce McElwee, American nurse. Registered Nurse Medical Center School Nursing, 1964.


McElwee, Linda Joyce was born on October 2, 1943 in Polo, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Raymond Franklin and Ethel Maude (Butler) Russell.


Director nursing McCleary Hospital, Excelstor, Missouri, 1965—1966. Instructor Job Corps, 1966—1967. Staff nurse Ray County Memorial Hospital, Richmond, 1967—1973, operating room supervisor, 1973—1977.

Community health nurse Caldwell County Health Department, Kingston, Missouri, 1977—1978, acting administrator, since 1978.


Baptism is something you do in obedience to God, but it is not essential for salvation. In other words, salvation is something God does for us, while baptism is something we do for God.


Religious freedom should be supported and the expressions of faith of others should be respected.


As human beings people find themselves as part of an unjust, sinful and violent world, which we may feel individually helpless to change. If we accept forgiveness, God can enable us to resist evil and to live life to the full.


President Polo Parent Teacher Association, 1971, 1979. In-service education committee member Bureau Community Health Nursing, since 1979. Board directors Polo School Systems, Missouri, since 1982.

Volunteer American Cancer Society, 4-H Club, Girl Scouts United States of America. Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Northwest chapter Missouri Public Health Association, Research School Nursing Alumni Association, Missouri Public Health Association.


Married Ronald Lee McElwee, January 18, 1965. Children: Ronald Junior, Raymond, Rebecca.