Darlene Marie Weber
Darlene Marie Weber, American health educator. Certified vision/hearing specialist, Illinois, sanitation certified, Illinois. Title I grantee Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Government, 1980-1982. Member Illinois Public Health Association.
Weber, Darlene Marie was born on November 17, 1939 in Tarentum, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Thomas J. and Agnes M. (Reiger) Hohman.
Bachelor of Science, State University of New York, Cortland, 1961. Master of Science, Indiana University, 1963. Doctor of Health and Safety, Indiana University, 1964.
Instructor State University of New York, Buffalo, 1961-1962. Graduate assistant Indiana University, Bloomington, 1962-1963, visiting lecturer, 1963-1964. Teacher Martinsville (Indiana) High School, 1964-1965.
Area director Indiana Heart Association, Indianapolis, 1965-1966. Associate professor Illinois State University, Bloomington, 1967-1989. Health coordinator Heartland Head Start, 1981—1998.
Consultant health, mental health and nutrition QNET, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1989—2003. Peer reviewer regions 1-X Head Start, since 1985. United States Department of Agriculture consultant Illinois Department Education, Springfield, 1994-1996, Early Head Start, Washington, since 1998.
Certified vision/hearing specialist, Illinois, sanitation certified, Illinois.
Member Illinois Public Health Association.
Sewing, bicycling, travel.