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William Taft Simpson II, Other: Health services ( hlth: hlth. service)health care executive.


II, William Taft Simpson, was born on August 31, 1938 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of William Taft and Kate (Alexander) Simpson.


Student, El Camino College, 1956—1957. Student, El Camino College, 1962—1965. Master of Public Administration, University Southern California, 1983.

AMP, Harvard University, 1984.


Senior technical advisor health facilities Southern California Comprehensive Health Planning Council, 1970—1972, services project review, 1970—1972. Coordinator planning and development National Medical Enterprises, Los Angeles, 1972, director planning and development, 1972—1973, vice president, 1973—1977, senior vice president, 1977—1996. Lecturer University of California at Los Angeles, University Southern California Health Programs.

Served to sergeant United States Marine Corps, 1962.


Member Republican National Committee. Served to sergeant United States Marine Corps, 1962. Member American Association Comprehensive Health Planners, American Health Planning Association, American Hospital Association, American Public Health Association, Association Western Hosps., California Hospital Association, Federation American Hosps., Society Health Planning, United Hospital Association, American Film Institute, Postal Commemorative Society, Scapa Practors.

Clubs: Dolphin, Safari, Alpine, United States Senatorial. Died December 22, 1996.


Married Kathryn Yeary, August 29, 1964. Children: Lisa Joan, William Taft III. Senior.