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Gail Keys Strid, American occupational therapist. Registered occupational therapist. Recipient Maddak award for physical disabilities, Maddak, Inc., 1981.


Strid, Gail Keys was born on August 4, 1953 in California, United States. Daughter of Walter Scott and Shirley Mae (MacDonald) Keys.


Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, Colorado State University, 1975. Postgraduate, University of Alaska, 1978. Postgraduate, University Washington, 1992.


Staff occupational therapist Nakoyia Skilled Nursing Facility, Anchorage, 1976-1978. Supervisor occupational therapy Alaska Treatment Center, 1978-1981. Occupational therapist Humana Hospital Alaska, 1982-1984.

Staff occupational therapist Providence Hospital, 1987-1990. Private practice occupational therapy, since 1992. Member medical advisory board Alaska chapter Muscular Dystrophy Association, 1980-1990.


Volunteer Parent Teacher Association, Anchorage, since 1985. Volunteer clinic staff Muscular Dystrophy Association, Anchorage, 1976-1990. Troop leader, organizer, adult trainer Susitna council Girl Scouts, Anchorage, since 1987.

Member American Occupational Therapy Association, Alaska Occupational Therapy Association (president 1980-1982, vice president 1978-1980, various committees since 1982), National Head Injury Foundation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving.


  • Other Interests

    Boating, fishing, gardening, crafts, reading.


Married Gene R. Strid, July 22, 1978. Children: Kyla Joann, Carl Everett.