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Roger Oren Weed

Roger Oren Weed, American rehabilitation services professional, educator. Certified rehabilitation counselor; certified disability management specialist; licensed professional counselor; certified case manager, certified life care planner.


Weed, Roger Oren was born on February 2, 1944 in Bend, Oregon, United States. Son of Chester Elbert and Ruth Marie (Urie) Weed.


Bachelor of Science in Sociology, University Oregon, 1967. Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling, University Oregon, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Counseling, University Georgia, 1986.


Vocational rehabilitation counselor, State of Alaska, Anchorage, 1969-1971;instructor, U. Alaska, Anchorage, 1970-1976;counselor, Langdon Psychiatric Clinic, Anchorage, 1971-1974;from assistant director to executive director, Hope Cottages, Anchorage, 1974-1979;owner, Professional Resources Group, Anchorage, 1978-1980;managing partner, Collins, Weed & Associations, 1980-1984;associate director Center for Rehabilitation Technology, Georgia Technology U., Atlanta, 1986-1987;catastrophic injury rehabilitation, Weed & Associations, Atlanta, since 1984;from assistant professor to professor, Georgia State University, Atlanta, since 1987. Adjunct faculty Georgia Institute Technology. Courtesy faculty U. Florida, since 1996.


The longing for holiness is not about wanting to be 'holier than thou'. It is about wanting the love of God to permeate all of our life, and for that love to be shown through our lives to other people.


Church members should be close and caring to feel each other's pains and problems. The good of the whole body of the Christian society should be put before individual needs.


Board directors Foundation for Life Care Planning Research. Fellow National Rehabilitation Association (chairman legislation committee, board director metropolitan Atlanta chapter 1987-1989, president Pacific region 1983-1985, President's award Pacific region 1986), International Association Rehabilitation Professionals (chairman resh. and training committee 1988-1993, president 1994-1995, named Educator of Year 1991, 97, Lifetime Achievement award 2004), International Life Care Planning (Annual Conference Lifetime Achievement award 2005, Distinguished Professor award 2006), Private Rehabilitation Suppliers Georgia (Larry Huggins Life Time Achievement award, 2009), Georgia State University Alumni Association (Distinguished Professor award, 2006).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sailing, skiing, bicycling, flying, computers.


Married Paula J. Keller. Children: Nicholette, Andrew.


The state should not attempt to control the church, nor should the church seek to dominate the state. The separation of church and state should not be misconstrued as the abolition of all religious expression from public life.