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Beverly Jean Baker

Beverly Jean Baker, American hypnotherapist. Trustee Seattle Crisis Clinic, 1969-1974, vice president 1973. Member Hypnosis Examining Council (certified Washington chapter), Better Business Bureau, Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce.

Background

  • Baker, Beverly Jean was born on April 11, 1938 in Nampa, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Clarence Steven Pilcher and Palma Mae (Bowman) Wilson.

  • Education

    • Student, George Fox College, 1957;student, Linfield College, 1958;student, Hypnotism Training Institute Washington, 1982-1983.

    Career

    • Producer, hostess, writer, various radio stations, Oregon and Washington, 1954-1973;merchandising public relations manager, Herfy's Corporation, Seattle, 1973-1974;hostess daily program for women, Station KGDN Radio, Edmonds, Washington, 1974-1976;manager, American Clinic Inc., Seattle, 1976-1979;hostess daily telephone-in talk show, Station KXA Radio, Seattle, 1977-1979;account executive, Continental Inc., Edmonds, 1979-1982;branch manager, TransAmerican Title Insurance, 1982-1984;private practice hypnotherapy, Seattle, since 1984.

    Membership

    Trustee Seattle Crisis Clinic, 1969-1974, vice president 1973. Member Hypnosis Examining Council (certified Washington chapter), Better Business Bureau, Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce.

    Connections

    • Married Paul A. Baker, May 3, 1958 (divorced March 1978). Children: Jeff, Barbara, Carole. Married Robert Herman Van Zee, March 31, 1984.
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    Born April 11, 1938