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educator

Mary Kay Elwick, American educator. Recipient award, Federation Women's Clubs, 1981. Member of National Education Association, Eastern Oklahoma Reading Council (secretary 1982), Oklahoma Education Association, Onawa Study Club (president 1981).

Background

Elwick, Mary Kay was born on January 18, 1945 in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Daughter of Arthur Dee and Ellen Mildred (Mulherin) Shepard.

Education

Bachelor, University Northern Colorado, 1966. Master of Arts, Northeastern Oklahoma State University, 1983.

Career

Teacher Johnstown Public School District, Colorado, 1966—1967, Platteville, 1967—1969, Jewel Public Schools, Kansas, 1969—1970, Ponca City Public Schools, Oklahoma, 1970—1971, Van Buren Public Schools, Arkansas, 1972—1980, Sallisaw Public Schools, Oklahoma, since 1980.

Religion

Salvation can be achieved through deep and sincere believe in God.

Politics

The use of force should be supported only in extreme situations and through approve of appropriate international organizations.

Views

Christians with different approaches should be engaged with each other to discuss how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.

Membership

Member of National Education Association, Eastern Oklahoma Reading Council (secretary 1982), Oklahoma Education Association, Onawa Study Club (president 1981).

Connections

Married Vernon Lamar Coy, October 30, 1965 (divorced May 1969). Married Donald Carwin Elwick, June 15, 1969. Children: Donald Dee, Stephanie Kay.

father:
Arthur Dee Shepard

mother:
Ellen Mildred (Mulherin) Shepard

spouse:
Vernon Lamar Coy

spouse:
Donald Carwin Elwick

child:
Donald Dee Elwick

child:
Stephanie Kay Elwick