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Lucille Edith Buzzell, American Gerontolgist, researcher, consultant ( hlth: hlth. service, Cons., Research)gerontologist, consultant, researcher. Recipient plaque of appreciation Waterville Area of Social Services, 1985. Member National.Assn. Female Executives, Gerontological Society American, American Society on Aging, National Remotivation Therapy Organisation (vice president chapter 1980).; Lodge: Zonta.

Background

Buzzell, Lucille Edith was born on April 19, 1940 in Waltham, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Thomas Vernon Wooley and Thelma Hope (Clark) Wooley Cunningham.

Education

Divorced; Bachelor of Arts cum laude, in Communication, University of Southern Maine, 1980. Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, U. Maine, 1983. Manpower aide Maine Employment Security Commission, Augusta, 1970-1977.

Director social services Augusta Convalescent Center, 1977-1978, Pleasant Hill Healthcare Facility, Fairfield, Maine, 1978-1981. General manager public relations Hill House Congregate Living, Fairfield, 1981. Case manager Central Maine Area Agency on Aging, Waterville, 1981-1985.

Adult program director Foundation for Senior Living, Scottsdale, Arizona, since 1986. Director social services, 1986-1987. Psychotherapist Mountain Valley Counseling Association, Inc., 1987-1988, Quality Aging and Assocs., Mesa Arizona, 1988^.

Business consultant, marketer DBK, Tempe, Arizona, Red Mountain Christian Center, Mesa, Arizona, 1988^. Consultant Soule's Respite Center, Sidney, Maine, 1981-1985, Tebolt & Boldic, Inc., Waterville, 1985. Chairperson Evaluation of AgingCom., Waterville, 1985.

Personal care instructor Kennebec Valley Vocational Institute, Fairfield, 1985. Workshop instructor on aging Project RISE, Waterville, 1985. Member National Task Force on Aging, since 1985.

Board of directors Citizens Advisory Council, Maine Department Social Welfare, Augusta, 1972, professional advising committee Kennebec Regional Health Agency, 1973, Waterville Hospice, Inc., 1984-1985, Widowed Persons Service, Waterville, 1985.

Career

Manpower aide Maine Employment Security Commission, Augusta, 1970—1977. Director social services Augusta Convalescent Center, 1977—1978, Pleasant Hill Healthcare Facility, Fairfield, Maine, 1978—1981. General manager public relations Hill House Congregate Living, 1981.

Case manager Central Maine Area Agency Aging, Waterville, 1981—1985. Adult program director Foundation Senior Living, Scottsdale, Arizona, since 1986, director social services, 1986—1987. Psychotherapist Mountain Valley Counseling Association Inc., 1987—1988, Quality Aging and Associates, Mesa, Arizona, since 1988.

Business consultant, marketer DBK, Tempe, Red Mountain Christian Center, Mesa, since 1988. Consultant Soule's Respite Center, Sidney, Maine, 1981—1985, Tebolt & Boldic Inc., Waterville, 1985. Chairperson Evaluation Aging Committee, 1985.

Personal care instructor Kennebec Valley Vocational Institute, Fairfield, 1985. Workshop instructor aging Project RISE, Waterville, 1985. Member National Task Force Aging, since 1985.

Board directors Citizens Advisory Council, Maine Department Social Welfare, Augusta, 1972. Professional advisory committee Kennebec Regional Health Agency, 1973, Waterville Hospice Inc., 1984—1985, Widowed Persons Service, Waterville, 1985.

Membership

Member of National Association of Female Executives, National Remotivation Therapy Organization (vice president chapter 1980), American Society Aging, Gerontological Society America, Zonta Lodge.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing songs, writing poetry, classical music, swimming.

Connections

Children: Robert C. (deceased), Bruce Scott.