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Lois Joan Logue

Lois Joan Logue, American medical technologist, healthcare consultant. Recipient Chi Omega award, American Society Medical Technologists, 1980-1981. Member of Clinical Ligand Assay Society, Clinical Laboratory Management Association (national president 1978-1979, director 1977-1984, president Delaware Valley chapter 1977-1980), American Society Medical Technologists, American Society Clinical Pathologists, Chi Omega.

Background

  • Logue, Lois Joan was born on June 28, 1936 in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Daniel Edward and Thelma Margaret (Hanke) Hughes.

  • Education

    • Student, University Texas, 1954—1956. Bachelor of Science, Incarnate World College, 1958.

    Career

    • Hematology supervisor Memorial Hospital Chester County, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1967—1968. Administrative technologist Paoli Memorial Hospital, 1968—1978. Administrative director National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards, Villanova, 1979—1984.

      Executive director Clinical Laboratory Management Association, Paoli, 1984—1989. President Health Systems Concepts Inc., since 1985. Key man State of Pennsylvania for American Society Medical Technologists, 1977—1982.

      Member editorial board Laboratory World, 1978—1982.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member of Clinical Ligand Assay Society, Clinical Laboratory Management Association (national president 1978-1979, director 1977-1984, president Delaware Valley chapter 1977-1980), American Society Medical Technologists, American Society Clinical Pathologists, Chi Omega.

    Connections

    • Married William J. Logue, October 12, 1957. Children: Kathleen Sue, William Joseph.
    • father: Daniel Edward Hughes
    • mother: Thelma Margaret (Hanke) Hughes
    • spouse: William J. Logue
    • children: Kathleen Sue Logue
    • William Joseph Logue
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