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William Edward Corley

William Edward Corley, American hospital administrator. Named Sagamore of the Wabash, Governor of Indiana. Chairman United Hospital Service, 1986-1988, Volunteer Hospital American Tri-State, 1989-1991; board directors United Way.


  • Corley, William Edward was born on September 2, 1942 in Pittsburgh. Son of Robert Ray and Helen (Wise) Corley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Business and Economics, College of William and Mary, 1964. Master of Health Administration in Hospital Administration, Duke University, Durham, 1966.


    • Administrative assistant Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1965-1966. Management consultant Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Chicago, 1968-1971. Associate hospital director University Kentucky, Lexington, 1971-1975.

      Hospital director Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of Pennsylvania State University, Hershey, 1975-1978. President Akron General Medical Center, Ohio, 1978-1984. President, Chief Executive Officer Community Health Network, since 1984.

      Board directors Volunteer Hospitals American Tri-State, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, National City Bank, Indianapolis, Indiana Pro Health. Tri-state chairman; chairman United Hospital Services, Indianapolis, 1986-1988. Lecturer Indiana U.-Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1984-1998.

      High school basketball referee.


    • Co-author: Ray E. Brown-A Manager's Manager: Lectures, Messages, Memoirs, 1990. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Presbyterian


    Chairman United Hospital Service, 1986-1988, Volunteer Hospital American Tri-State, 1989-1991. Board directors United Way.



    Photography, basketball, coaching, running.


    • Married Angela Irvine Blose, March 22, 1969. Children: Laura, Matt.
    • father: Robert Ray Corley
    • mother: Helen (Wise) Corley
    • spouse: Angela Irvine Blose
    • children: Laura Corley
    • Matt Corley
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    Born September 2, 1942
    (age 75)