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Health care administrator , marketing consultant

Lawrence Marshall Leahy, American health care administrator, marketing consultant. Certified homecare/hospice executive. Names Outstanding Explorer Advisory Boy Scouts of America, Bethesda, 1979.

Background

Leahy, Lawrence Marshall was born on October 15, 1949 in Astoria, New York, United States. Son of Thomas Joseph and Fannie Marie (Jones) Leahy.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tennessee, 1972. Master of Arts, Ball State, 1979. Master in Health Care Administration, Baylor University, 1984.

Career

Medical platoon leader, 8th Medical Battalion, Mannheim, Germany, 1972-1974; company commander, 8th Medical Battalion, Mannheim, Germany, 1974-1976; health care administrator, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, 1976-1980; comptroller, Department of the Army, Washington, 1980-1982; information manager, Darnall Community Hospital, Killeen, Texas, 1984-1986; assistant professor, Academy Health Sciences, San Antonio, 1986-1990; Executive officer, Seoul (Korea) Community Hospital, 1990-1991; finance analyst, Health Svc. Command, San Antonio, 1991-1992; executive director, Hospice South Texas, 1992-1993; administrator, Hospice New Braunfels, Texas, 1993-1994; director program integrity, Ruth Cons. and Associations, Victoria, Texas, since 1994. Cons. Texas Agricultural and Mechanical U., College Station, 1985.

Associate faculty University Texas, SanAntonio, 1987-1988. Adjunct faculty Trinity U., San Antonio, 1989. Assistant professor Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1989-1990.

Achievements

  • Certified homecare/hospice executive.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) Health Planning A Primer, 1990.

Membership

Explorer advisory Boy Scouts of America, Washington, 1976-1979, Killeen, 1984-1985. Handicapped scouting committee member National Capital Area Committee on Handicapped Scouting, Bethesda, Maryland, 1978-1982. Board member Blue Bonnet Home, Yoakum, Texas, 1989-1990.

Lieutenant Colonel United States Army, 1972-1992, retired. Member American College Healthcare Execs (diplomate 1985-1997, treasurer S. Texas chapter 1988-1990), Council Hospice Professionals, Texas Association for Home Care (nominating committee 1996-1999), National Association for Home Care (certified home care hospice executive since 1996, chair certified committee since 1999, member committee since 1997).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: rugby, weight lifting, hash running.

Connections

Married Mary Joan Spratt, June 10, 1978. Children: Larry, Erin.

father:
Thomas Joseph Leahy

mother:
Fannie Marie (Jones) Leahy

spouse:
Mary Joan Spratt

child:
Erin Leahy

child:
Larry Leahy