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Julianne Kay Anas

Julianne Kay Anas was American administrative laboratory director. Certified specialist in chemistry and medical technical Am Society Clinical Pathologists.


  • Anas, Julianne Kay was born on October 31, 1941 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Theodore John and Lorraine (Comment) Knechtges.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Eastern Michigan University, 1969. Master of Arts, Center Michigan University, 1978.


    • Medical technologist Washington Foote Hospital, Jackson, Michigan, 1962-1963, PCHA Annapolis Hospital, Wayne, 1964-1965, supervisor special chemistry and nuclear medicine, 1969-1971. Medical technologist Herrick Hospital, Tecumseh, 1965, Emma L. Bixby Hospital, Adrian, 1965-1968. Assistant clinical chemist Peoples Community Hospital Authority, Wayne, 1971-1981.

      Administrative laboratory director Metro Medical Group Health Alliance Plan Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, 1981-1996. Retired, 1996

      Laboratory advisory council Highland Park Community College, 1994-1996. Advisory panel Medicalab Observor magazine, 1988-1996.

    Major achievements

    • Certified specialist in chemistry and medical technical Am Society Clinical Pathologists.


    • Contributor articles to professional publications.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Member American Society Medical Technology (board directors Michigan section 1972-1973, president Detroit section 1972), Hospital Laboratory Managers Association (membership chairman 1984, 85, 90), Detroit Society Medical Technologists (Medical Technologist of Year 1975), American Association Clinical Chemists (nominations chair Michigan section 1992), Founders Art Institute.



    Boating, gardening, art, reading.


    • Married Donald Cartwright, January 25, 1965 (divorced June 1968). Married Daniel James Anas, January 6, 1979.
    • father: Theodore John Knechtges
    • mother: Lorraine (Comment) Knechtges
    • spouses: Donald Cartwright
    • Daniel James Anas
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    Born October 31, 1941