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Mary Louise Willbrand

Mary Louise Willbrand, American Speech pathologist ( hlth: hlth. service, Educated)speech pathologist, educator. award Columbia College, 1994. Fellow American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (visitor education training board site); member Utah Speech and Hearing Association (president).


Willbrand, Mary Louise was born on August 16, 1936 in Tulsa. Daughter of Raymond Richard and Wilma (Collins) Scott.


Associate of Arts in Drama, Christian College, 1956. Student, Mary Washington College, 1955. Student, Tulsa University, 1957.

Bachelor of Science, University Missouri, 1958. Master of Arts, University Missouri, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, University Missouri, 1972.

Postgraduate, Stanford University, 1969.


Speech clinician public schools, Moberly, Missouri, 1958—1961, Columbia, 1961—1965, Cerebral Palsy Center, Fayette, 1967. Teacher speech and drama summer enrichment program Columbia, 1963—1965. Language clinician Institute Childhood Aphasia, Palo Alto, California, 1969.

Instructor speech pathology University Missouri, Columbia, 1969—1971. Chair speech-language pathology and audiology University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1976—1981, professor speech pathology, 1973—1990. Professor communications disorders University Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, since 1990.

Consultant to school districts, Missouri, Wyoming, Utah, Texas, California. Correspondent to business International Business Machines Corporation, Kraft.


Vice president, board directors Montessori School, Columbia, 1969—1971, Boy's Club Early Childhood Education Center, Salt Lake City, since 1980. Member executive council National Charity League, 1974—1977. Member home-school board Rowland Hall-St. Marks School, 1975—1977.

Fellow: American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (visitor education training board site). Member: Utah Speech and Hearing Association (president).


Married Richard D. Rieke, June 24, 1979. 1 child Amy Dawn.