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Kathleen Joan O'Neil

Kathleen Joan O'Neil, American home healthcare administrator. Scholar in clinical excellence Northwestern University, Chicago, 1981; Federal grantee, 1994.


  • O'Neil, Kathleen Joan was born on June 3, 1945 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of John Howard and Evelyn M. Venable.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of science in nursing, Northwestern University, 1981. Master of Business Administration, Illinois Benedictine College, 1986.


    • Vice president Home Care Medical Services, LaGrange, Illinois, 1982-1984. Director transitional patient care services Hinsdale (Illinois) Hospital, 1984-1989. Vice president Environmental Health & Safety Home Health Care, Oakbrook, Illinois, 1989-1994.

      President, Chief Executive Officer Vineyard Nursing Association, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts, since 1994. Board directors St. Thomas Hospice, Hinsdale, 1987-1994. Member Congressional Subcommittee on Aging, 1988.

      Presenter in field.


    Leader Girl Scouts American, Stickney, Illinois, 1972-1976. President School Board, Stickney, 1976-1979. Board member American Cancer Society, 1983-1987.

    Member National Association Home Care, Illinois Hospital Association (steering committee 1993-1994), Illinois Home Care Council (chair state legislation 1993-1994), Sigma Theta Tau.





    • Married Margaret, Andrew, Victoria.
    • father: John Howard
    • mother: Evelyn M. Venable
    • spouse: Margaret
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    Born June 3, 1945
    (age 72)