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Karen Stapleton Terrill Edit Profile

Karen Stapleton Terrill was American medical planning consultant. Registered Nurse, California. Mountain State Regional Planning Commission grantee, 1973-1974. Member citizen's advisory group City of Richmond, California, 1987-1988; founding director of B.O.A.T. non-profit corporation to promote ferry transit on San Francisco Bay.

Background

Terrill, Karen Stapleton was born on March 21, 1939 in Milwaukee. Daughter of Thomas John and Olive Patrea (Thorbjornsen) Stapleton.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Michigan, 1961. Master of Business Administration, University Nevada, 1974.

Career

Project nurse, Langley Porter N.P.I., San Francisco, 1962-1964;assistant director nursing, Milwaukee County Mental Health Center, 1964-1966;instructor, Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) School District, 1966-1967;school nurse, Inglewood (California) School District, 1968-1969;instructor nursing, U. Nevada, Reno, 1969-1974;health planner manpower, State of Nevada Comp B. Agency, Carson City, 1974-1975;planning analyst, St. Mary's Hospital, Reno, 1974-1976;senior system analyst, University of California, San Francisco, 1976-1979;medical planning consultant, Stone Marraccini & Patterson, San Francisco, 1979-1993.

Membership

Member citizen's advisory group City of Richmond, California, 1987-1988. Founding director of B.O.A.T. non-profit corporation to promote ferry transit on San Francisco Bay.

Connections

Married Max Kurt Winkler, December 18, 1965 (deceased June 1976). Married Richard Terrill, January 23, 1991 (deceased May 1991).