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Connie Lou Hoagenson

Connie Lou Hoagenson was American nurse, educator. Registered Nurse Research Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, 1958, certified teacher, Missouri.


  • Hoagenson, Connie Lou was born on December 14, 1937 in Independence, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Kenneth John Mosley and Annabell (Bly) Smith.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, College St. Francis, Joliet, Illinois, 1982. Bachelor of science in nursing, Webster University, 1988.


    • Insvc. coordinator Jackson County Hospital, Kansas City, 1966—1968. Inservice instructor St. Joseph Hospital, 1968—1970. Surgical nurse Indepencence Sanitarium, 1970—1971.

      Instructor surgical technologists Health Occupations, Independence, 1971—1981, instructor practical nurses, since 1981, coordinator daily activities, 1981—1988. Surgical education coordinator Research Hospital, Kansas City, since 1988. Director nursing Independence Health Care Center, Missouri, 1988—1989.

      Institutional advisory nurse division of aging State of Missouri, Kansas City, since 1989.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse Research Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, 1958, certified teacher, Missouri.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Member Kansas City American Red Cross, since 1958. Board directors Beautiful Savior Home, Belton, Missouri, 1980—1982. Teacher midweek school St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Independence, 1981—1988.

    Member nurture committee Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, St. Louis, 1982—1987. Member of National Association Practical Nurse Educators, Missouri Vocational Association, Missouri State Association Health Occupation Educators (president 1985-1986).


    • Married Evan Walter Seedorf, July 20, 1958 (divorced April 1970). Married Richard Eugene Hoagenson, December 28, 1970. 1 child Lloyd Walter.
    • father: Kenneth John Mosley Smith
    • mother: Annabell (Bly) Smith
    • spouses: Evan Walter Seedorf
    • Richard Eugene Hoagenson
    • child: Lloyd Walter Hoagenson
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    Born December 14, 1937