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Joyce L. White

Joyce L. White, American medical technologist. Named Volunteer of Year, Women Reaching Women, 1986; recipient Various Service & Appreciation awards.

Background

  • White, Joyce L. was born on September 2, 1938 in Darlington, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of William E. and Martha E. (Smith) Calverley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, La Crosse, 1967. Master of Arts, Ctrll. Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, 1979.

    Career

    • Staff medical technologist Methodist Hospital, Peoria, Illinois, 1960, St. Francis Medical Center, La Crosse, 1960—1961. Staff technologist to head technologist LaCrosse Clinic, 1964—1979. Director laboratory services Skemp-Grandview La Crosse Clinic, since 1979.

      Chairman Pops Nite, Great River Festival Arts, 1974—1982, German Dinner Oktoberfest United States of America, 1977—1981. Coordinator Medieval World Banquet, 1979—1981.

    Membership

    Member of American Association of University Women, Jehovah's Witness, Wisconsin Association Medical Technology (director 1978-1982, chairman government liaison committee 1980-1982, president 1984-1985, Member of Year award 1986), American Association Clinical Chemists, American Society Medical Technology (delegate 1981-1985), Jackson Hole (Wyoming), Racquet.

    Connections

    • Married Raymond C. White, January 30, 1960. Children: Lorelei, Pamela, Lyall.
    • father: William E. Calverley
    • mother: Martha E. (Smith) Calverley
    • spouse: Raymond C. White
    • children: Lorelei White
    • Pamela White
    • Lyall White
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    Born September 2, 1938
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