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In Memoriam
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Remembering each member of the Neurodiagnostic Community and honoring their contribution is our goal and privilege.

Please notify Sarah Dolezilek, sarah@aset.org, about the passing of a colleague or member. If possible, include a photo, brief description of his/her career in neurodiagnostics, and a link to the published obituary.
 

 
 
Camille Cooke
Recently Tim Cooke's wife Camille died unexpectedly after a routine medical procedure. Tim Cooke is the owner of The Electrode Store.  He has been a long time supporter of our field.

Tim Cooke, a retired Army Major, has requested donations be made in Camille's name to "Pets For Vets".

The website is:  http://www.pets-for-vets.com/

Condolence cards can be sent to:
The Electrode Store
Attn:  Tim Cooke
Post Office Box 188
Enumclaw, WA 98022 
 
More information coming soon.
   
Ruth E. Smith
It is with great sadness that West Virginia University Healthcare has lost a dear friend and colleague on March 18, 2015. Ruth was born in Waynesburg, PA on September 30, 1946; she was raised in the Dilliner, PA area. Ruth loyally worked at WVUH for 47 years.  She retired in April of 2014. Over the years Ruth has been an instrumental force in EMG. Numerous residents and technologists had the wonderful opportunity to learn and master the craft of performing quality nerve conduction studies under her guidance.  Ruth was eager to advance the field by being one of the charter members of the Mid-Atlantic Neurodiagnostic Society.  She enjoyed the opportunity to attend many regional and national professional conferences.  Ruth Smith will be greatly missed by all of her colleagues. 
   
Lynn H. Causey, R. EEG T.
Lynn Helscher Causey, 67, of Land O’ Lakes, Florida passed away October 3, 2014. She was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and moved to Florida in 2009. She was a retired Neurodiagnostic Technologist. Lynn was President of the Chat’Hers Women’s Group in Wilderness Lakes Preserve. She is preceded in death by her son, Lawrence Dugas. Lynn is survived by her daughter, Lisa Velez, husband, Marcos and granddaughter, Angelica; brothers, Kurt Helscher and wife, Denise and Mark Frederick Helscher; sisters, Elaine Gaille and husband, Rick, Jan Martinec and husband, David, and Denise Strauss and husband, Bob; many nieces; and many great nieces and nephews.
   
Kathy Caplan, R. EEG T.
In April of this year we lost a great friend and colleague. Kathy Caplan (aka. Kijewski) lost a long and brave battle with cancer. She worked at both major medical institutions in Cleveland, Ohio.  Although starting her career in EEG at the Cleveland Clinic under Charles Henry, Ph.D.,  Kathy, also called Kate, worked with many individuals and groups over the years and went on to a successful career working in the business side of Neurodiagnostics. She was active in her community working with many charitable institutions. Kathy embodied a life full of love and generosity, kindness, ambition and energy; she will be greatly missed by many of our associates.
 
 
Nancy Weston, R. EEG T.
The Center for Health Sciences has established the Nancy Weston Health Sciences Scholarship to memorialize Nancy Weston, a long-time employee of Children’s Hospital Colorado with a strong commitment to advancing neurodiagnostic education.  Nancy recently retired from the Children’s Hospital after a 22 year career and passed away in May.  The memorial fund will be used to advance the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Program resources.
 
Tax-deductible donations to the CCD Foundation should indicate the Nancy Weston Health Science Scholarship and can be sent to Francie Anhut, Executive Director of the CCD Foundation in Cherry Creek 301 or made online at http://ccd.edu/foundation.  Whether paying by check or online, please be sure to designate your donation for the Nancy Weston Scholarship in the memo line of your check or in the online confirmation page after you have entered your donation information.
Obituary
 
Christopher Wackel
RAPID CITY--Christopher “Chris” John Wackel, 27, passed away unexpectedly at home on June 18, 2014.
 
Chris was born on January 21, 1987, at Rapid City Regional Hospital. He graduated from Rapid City Stevens High School in 2005. He went on to complete an associate’s degree in Electroneurodiagnostic Technology at Southeast Technical Institute and a Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Management from Bellevue University. He was employed at Rapid City Regional as an EEG technician.
 
To read his complete obituary, click here.