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Arlene Jeanne Dadley

Arlene Jeanne Dadley was American sleep technologist. Registered polysomnographic technologist. Recipient Presidential Literature Achievement citation, League American Pen Women, 1974, citation, American Red Cross, 1991; scholar, Case Western Reserve University, 1976-1980, Yale University, 1982, Respironics, Inc., 1988; Pell grantee, 1976-1980, Ohio Institutional grantee, 1976-1980.


Dadley, Arlene Jeanne was born on September 13, 1941 in Cleveland. Daughter of Bernard and Bernice Anne (Selleck) Davis.


Bachelor in Business, Ursuline College, 1980. Postgraduate, Case Western Reserve University, 1985. Postgraduate, Stanford University, 1988.


Junior fund accountant, American University, Washington, 1967-1970;HTN and cancer research assistant, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1976-1987;gastroenterological research associate, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1984;sleep research associate, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1985-1987;chief clinical sleep technologist, Metrohealth Medical Center, Cleveland, 1987-1998;sleep diagnostics teacher, trainer, Metrohealth Medical Center, Cleveland, since 1987. Judge regional and state science fairs Metrohealth Medical Center, 1984-1986.


Member of American Academy Sleep Medicine, Midwest Polysomnographic Technologists, Association Polysomnographic Technologists, Sleep Research Society, American Academy Sleep Medicine.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: thoroughbred horses, photography, playwright.


Married Charles Dadley, September 15, 1967 (divorced October 1977). Children: Anitra, Charles.