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Linda Maxine Cantrell, American Counselor. Certified secondary teacher, Michigan. Recipient Gil Bursley award Republican Party, 1972, scholarship Chi Omega, 1957.


Cantrell, Linda Maxine was born on June 20, 1938 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Donald LaVerne and Lila Maxine (Crull) Katz.


Bachelor, University of Michigan, 1960;Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1963;postgraduate, University of Michigan, 1963-1965.


Caseworker, Cook County Department Public Aid, Chicago, 1960;psychometrist, Evanston (Illinois) Schools, 1960-1961;research associate, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1961-1964;guidance counselor, Radcliff Middle School, Garden City, Michigan, 1964-1966;director guidance and counseling, St. Mary Academy, Monroe, Michigan, 1985-1987;counselor, head counselor, instructor, Ypsilanti (Michigan) Adult Education, since 1987;teacher young adult program, Ypsilanti Public Schools, 1995-1997.


Republican precinct leader Ann Arbor, 1971. Clerk, marker, recording secretary Thrift Shop of Ann Arbor, since 1981. Board directors Ypsilanti Adult/Cmty.

Education Advisory Committee, since 1990. Treasurer Burns Park School, Ann Arbor, 1978-1979. Recording secretary Chapel of Love Church, 1989-1997.

Co-chairman benefits Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra, 1981-1982. Chairman annual benefit Rudolf Steiner School Ann Arbor, 1984-1985. Treasurer Burns Park PTO, 1978-1979.

Volunteer Greenhills Schools, 1978-1981, St. Paul's Lutheran School, 1972-1973, among others Member American Association of University Women (fellowship chairman 1971-1973), Michigan Association for Counseling and Development (membership chairman Monroe County chapter 1986-1987), Ypsilanti Federation Teachers (recording secretary 1989-1991), Michigan Association for Academy Advisors Community Education, Washtenaw Counselors Association, Monroe County Counselors Association (membership chairman 1985-1987), Ann Arbor Women's City Club (membership committee 1985-1987), Eastern Michigan U. College Business Wives (program chairman 1974, president 1975), Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: dancing, making jewelry, self-improvement, art, swimming, music.


Married Douglas D. Cantrell, December 28, 1963. Children: Douglas David Junior, Warren Vincent, Bryan LaVerne.