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Christine Carol Loehrke, American rehabilitation facility administrator. Recipient certified appreciation Council Exceptional Children, 1977, certified appreciation, Kiwanis, 1978; named Distinguished Rehabilitation Professional, National Distinguished Service Registry Medical and Vocational Rehabilitation Division, 1987.


Loehrke, Christine Carol was born on June 9, 1950 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Eugene Max and Carol Jean (Showalter) Loehrke.


Bachelor in Psychology, Wittenberg University, 1973.


Psychology assistant, Vocational Guidance & Rehabilitation Services, Cleveland, 1973-1976;program manager, Vocational Guidance & Rehabilitation Services, Cleveland, 1976-1979;training specialist, Vocational Guidance & Rehabilitation Services, Cleveland, 1979-1981;director rehabilitation and planning, Goodwill Industries Inc., Dayton, Ohio., 1981-1984;associate director, Youth Enrichment Services Inc., Cleveland, 1984-1987;associate director, Epilepsy Foundation N.E. Ohio, Cleveland, 1987-1994;executive director, Epilepsy Foundation Northeast Ohio, Cleveland, since 1994. Instructor Cuyahoga Community College, Parma, Ohio, 1979-1981. Co-founder Westside Guidance Center, Lakewood, Ohio, 1974-1976.

Volunteer counselor Third Legacy Alcoholism Center Inc., Lakewood, 1974-1976.


Member National Rehabilitation Association, National Rehabilitation Administrators Association, Ohio Rehabilitation Administrators Association (board directors 1982-1984, 88—), Northeast Ohio Rehabilitation Association (board directors), National Association of Female Executives.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, golfing, music, children.