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Linda Veronica Itzoe, American language educator. Certified English, French, social studies teacher, Pennsylvania. Named Woman of Year St. Peter's Council Catholic Women, 1997.

Background

Itzoe, Linda Veronica was born on March 6, 1940 in York, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Maurice Edwin and Bertha Mae (Hershey) Itzoe.

Education

Bachelor in French, Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania, 1962. Master of Arts in English, University Wyoming, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in English, University Delaware, 1979.

Career

Teacher English Warwick Union School District, Lititz, Pennsylvania, 1962-1965. Head English department, 1965-1969. Instructor English Pennsylvania State University, York, 1969-1973.

Assistant professor English, 1973-1989. Associate professor English, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Certified English, French, social studies teacher, Pennsylvania.

Membership

Member National Council For Teacher Education, Modern Language Association, Assembly for Teacher English Grammar, Association business Communications, Elizabethtown Business and Professional Women's Club (2nd vice president 1986-1987, president 1989-1991, Woman of Year 1995).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, container gardening, church history.

Connections

father:
Maurice Edwin Itzoe

mother:
Bertha Mae (Hershey) Itzoe