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educator

Linda Louise Farver, American educator. Named Outstanding Female Athlete, Frostburg State College Women's Athletic Association, 1970, Outstanding Physical Education Major, Frostburg State College, 1970. First aid instructor American Red Cross, Lynchburg, since 1977; Member of Alliance for Health, Virginia Association Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (president 1980-1981), World Basketball Coaches Association.

Background

Farver, Linda Louise was born on July 30, 1948 in Baltimore. Daughter of Roby Thomas and Ethel LaRue (Waddell) Farver.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Frostburg State College, 1970. Master of Education, Middle Tennessee State University, 1973.

Career

Physical education teacher Carroll County Board Education South Carroll High School, Sykesville, Maryland, 1970—1972. Graduate assistant Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, 1972—1974. Instructor physical education Salisbury State College, Maryland, 1974—1976, Central Virginia Community College, Lynchburg, 1976—1977.

Assistant professor, physical education Liberty University, since 1977, head coach, women's basketball, 1977—1986.

Membership

First aid instructor American Red Cross, Lynchburg, since 1977. Member of Alliance for Health, Virginia Association Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (president 1980-1981), World Basketball Coaches Association.

Connections

father:
Roby Thomas Farver

mother:
Ethel LaRue (Waddell) Farver