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Arlene Theresa Kasprisin, American audiology and speech pathologist. Named Professional Federal Employee of Year, Chicago, 1979; recipient Certified of Appreciation award, Heart Association of Lake County, 1976, American Cancer Society of Lake County, 1980, Chicago Federal Executive Board, 1981, Merit award, National American Cancer Society, 1981.


Kasprisin, Arlene Theresa was born on July 4, 1945 in Braddock, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of John A. and Margaret R. (Ulakey) Kasprisin.


Bachelor, Indiana University Pennsylvania, 1967. Master of Arts, Northwestern University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pittsburgh, 1976.


Adjunct clinical instructor University Pittsburgh, 1972—1974. Chief audio speech pathology service Veterans Administration Medical Center, Butler, Pennsylvania, 1972—1974. Assistant professor speech pathology Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, since 1978.

Assistant professor psychology University of Health Sciences Chicago Medical School, since 1978, assistant professor neurology, since 1978. Chief audio speech pathology Veterans Administration Medical Center, North Chicago, Illinois, since 1974. Consultant Veterans Administration Medical Center, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1973—1974.

Research assistant stuttering project University Pittsburgh. Board directors American Cancer Society, since 1977, state delegate. Professional member Lake County Lost Chord Club.

Member employee of year committee Chicago Federal Executive Board, since 1980. Board directors Easter Seal Society, Heart Association & Cardiac Charities of Lake County, Illinois, 1977—1979.


Member of International Association Logopedics & Phoniatrics, American Management Association, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.


Married Dana Michael Astry Kasprisin, September 30, 1982.