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Public relations executive

Lois McCall Teer, American public relations executive. Recipient National Public Education award, Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1976, 1977, commendation President Reagan, 1984, New Jersey Pride award, 1986.

Background

Teer, Lois McCall was born on July 16, 1933 in Camden, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Elmer Joseph and Evelyn Doris (Chard) McCall.

Education

Student, Thomas Edison University, Princeton, New Jersey, 1975—1979.

Career

Reporter, columnist Atlantic City Press, Vineland (New Jersey) Times Journal, Hammonton (New Jersey) News and Williamstown Plain Dealer, 1963—1969. Assistant director Operation Concern, Haddon Heights, New Jersey, 1969—1972. Executive director National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Collingswood, 1972—1976.

Director public relations Rancocas Valley Hospital, Willingboro, New Jersey, and Garden State Community Hospital, Marlton, 1976—1978, Institute Medical Research, Camden, 1978—1982. Director public affairs University Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School Osteopathic Medicine, since 1982. President Cooper Plaza Neighborhood Association, 1982—1984.

Coordinator Camden Neighborhood Promotion Campaign. Member Camden City History Review Committee.

Membership

Member of Delaware Valley Health Public Relations Association, New Jersey Hospital Public Relations Association, Public Relations Society of America (Silver Anvil award 1983, Pepper Pot award 1983), American Medical Writers Association, Women in Communications (president since 1986, Sarah award 1980, 1983, Clarion award 1983).

Connections

Married Ronald M. Teer, June 28, 1952 (divorced June 1977). Children: Robert, Michael, Kathleen, Jane, Ronald, Kevin.

father:
Elmer Joseph McCall

mother:
Evelyn Doris (Chard) McCall

spouse:
Ronald M. Teer

child:
Robert Teer

child:
Michael Teer

child:
Kathleen Teer

child:
Jane Teer

child:
Ronald Teer

child:
Kevin Teer