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Special education educator

R. William Carlstrom was American special education educator. Grantee Seattle Masonic Temple, 1974-1975, Federal Government, 1970-1971.


Carlstrom, R. William was born on October 22, 1944 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Roy Albert Carlstrom and Dorothy (Anderson) Hart.


Bachelor, Lewis & Clark College, 1967. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1970.


Teacher, Shoreline Public Schools, Seattle, 1968-1971;program coordinator fo adult handicapped, City of Seattle, 1971-1972;special education teacher, South Shore Middle School, Seattle, 1972-1975;special education teacher, Sharples Junior High, Seattle, 1975-1978;special education teacher, Ryther Child Center, Seattle, 1978-1989;education specialist, Therapy Clinic of Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Washington, 1995-1998. Secretary, treasurer, board directors Glaser Foundation, Inc., Edmonds, Washington, 1974-1986,executive director, 1983-1991, board president since 1997, trustee, since 1983. Director administration First Place School for Homeless Children, 1994-1995.

Advising committee member U. Washington Dentistry for Handicapped, Seattle, 1979-1994, president, consultant Funding Resources Group, Inc., Edmonds, 1984-1994. President NP Marketing, 1994-1998. Co-founder, board trustee Snohomish County Youth Cmty.

Foundation, 1992-1993;president Current Health Techniques, Inc. 1992-1993; education specialist Edmonds Cybersch., since 1996. President, board directors Whidbey Clinic Inc., 1995-1998.


Council member University Washington Graduate School for Dentistry, 1979-1994. Trustee Edmonds Unitarian Church, 1980-1981, Public Education Fund, District 15, Edmonds, 1986-1988, Home Care Washington. President Madrona Middle School Parent-Teachers Association, Edmonds, 1983-1984.

Vice president, board directors South Whidbey Schools Foundation, 1995-1998, pacific Northwest regional representative National Network for Early Language Learning, since 1997. Member National Education Association, Island Athletic Club.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: computers, camping, guitar, singing, sailing.


Married Ann Scheffer, July 29, 1967. Children: Trina Anderson Carlstrom, Paul Scheffer.

Roy Albert Carlstrom Hart

Dorothy (Anderson) Hart

Ann Scheffer

Trina Anderson Carlstrom

Paul Scheffer Carlstrom