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Linda Sue Meyer

Linda Sue Meyer, American critical care nurse. Certified basic life support instructor, advanced cardiac life support. Named one of Outstanding Young Women of America, 1988. With United States Air Force Reserve, since 1990. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses (Greater St. Louis chapter since 1991), Missouri 99s Women's Pilot Organization.

Background

Meyer, Linda Sue was born on August 8, 1960 in St. Louis. Daughter of Wilbert J. and Eileen M. (Stockmann) Meyer.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, Southeast Missouri State University, 1982. M. Aeronautical Science, Riddle University, 1985.

Career

Second in command Lieutenant, United States Air Force, 1982;advance through grades to captain, United States Air Force, 1986;pilot, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, 1983-1987;medical/surgical nurse, United States Air Force Ehrling Berquist Hospital, Omaha, 1987-1988;surgical/orthopedics nurse, Royal Air Force, Lakenheath, Suffolk., England, 1988-1990;flight nurse, United States Air Force, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, since 1990;orthopedics nurse, St. John's Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, 1990-1991;critical care nurse, St. John's Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, since 1991.

Membership

With United States Air Force Reserve, since 1990. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses (Greater St. Louis chapter since 1991), Missouri 99s Women's Pilot Organization.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: flying, volley ball, hiking, canoeing, softball.