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Richard Kane Pepe, American nurse anesthetist. Certified Registered Nurse anesthetist, addictions, Bachelor of Liberal Studies, American Council of Learned Societies, APRN advanced.


Pepe, Richard Kane was born on May 4, 1953 in Meriden, Connecticut, United States. Son of Vincent and June (Segnella) Pepe.


Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1975. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1978. Diploma in anesthesia, St. Raphael's, New Haven, 1981.

Diploma in hydrographic surveying, Old Dominion University.


Clinical nurse neonatal Intensive Care Unit St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut, 1978-1979. Nurse anesthetist Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, 1981-1983, Waterbury (Connecticut) Hospital, 1983-1984, Newington (Connecticut) Children's Hospital, 1984-1985, Bristol (Connecticut) Hospital, 1985-1991, Veterinary's Memorial Medical Center, Meriden, since 1991. Manager customer support Coastal Oceanographics, Middlefield, Connecticut.

Co-chairperson Connecticut Nurse Intervention Program, Meriden, 1991-1992. Founder Connecticut Nurse Intervention Project.


Member American Nurses Association, American Association Nurse Anesthetists, Connecticut Association Nurse Anesthetists (board trustees 1987-1989, chair well being committee 1988-1992), Connecticut Nurses Association (task force), National Nurses Society on Addictions (task force), Malignant Hyperthermias Association of the United States, International Anesthesia Research Society (associate), Legislation for Impaired Nurses, Orange Key, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Omega Honorary Society.


  • Other Interests

    Model railroads, waterskiing, electronic music, science fiction.


Married Patricia E. Pepe, August 28, 1985.