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Karen Stapleton Terrill

Karen Stapleton Terrill was American medical planning consultant. Registered Nurse, California. Mountain State Regional Planning Commission grantee, 1973-1974. Member citizen's advisory group City of Richmond, California, 1987-1988; founding director of B.O.A.T. non-profit corporation to promote ferry transit on San Francisco Bay.

Background

  • Terrill, Karen Stapleton was born on March 21, 1939 in Milwaukee. Daughter of Thomas John and Olive Patrea (Thorbjornsen) Stapleton.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Michigan, 1961. Master of Business Administration, University Nevada, 1974.

    Career

    • Project nurse Langley Porter N.P.I., San Francisco, 1962-1964. Assistant director nursing Milwaukee County Mental Health Center, 1964-1966. Instructor Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) School District, 1966-1967.

      School nurse Inglewood (California) School District, 1968-1969. Instructor nursing University Nevada, Reno, 1969-1974. Health planner manpower State of Nevada Comp B. Agency, Carson City, 1974-1975.

      Planning analyst St. Mary's Hospital, Reno, 1974-1976. Senior system analyst University California, San Francisco, 1976-1979. Medical planning consultant Stone Marraccini & Patterson, 1979-1993.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse, California.

    Membership

    Member citizen's advisory group City of Richmond, California, 1987-1988. Founding director of B.O.A.T. non-profit corporation to promote ferry transit on San Francisco Bay.

    Connections

    • Married Max Kurt Winkler, December 18, 1965 (deceased June 1976). Married Richard Terrill, January 23, 1991 (deceased May 1991).
    • father: Thomas John Stapleton
    • mother: Olive Patrea (Thorbjornsen) Stapleton
    • spouses: Max Kurt Winkler
    • Richard Terrill
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    Born March 21, 1939
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