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Margaret A. Moore

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Margaret Moore,Director At-Large
Margaret is a native of New Jersey who graduated from California State University at Fullerton. Margaret worked in workers compensation claims in California before being offered a position in vocational rehabilitation. She subsequently has worked as a rehabilitation counselor, supervisor, managed offices in California, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Oregon, and provided training and internal review services for Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services. She returned to her insurance roots and currently works as a Vocational Case Manager at The Standard. She has been a member of IARP, representing CRS in PA and MI, and has been an individual member of OARP for more than 25 years, serving on the Board for over 20 years. She has presented at IARP national conferences as well as conferences in PA, WA and OR, and was OARP Rehabilitation Professional of the year in 2002.


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Margaret Moore: mmoore@standard.com


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Margaret Moore was selected as the Rehabilitation Professional of the Year for 2002 by OARP.
An engraved plaque was presented at the Fall Conference. Margaret has been a very active member of the OARP Board for about 10 years now. She has been primarily involved in the Program Committee, which she is chairing this year, and is the person who arranges facilities and helps to arrange speakers for OARP conferences. As many of you are aware, Margaret evaluates CEUs as a service provided by IARP for members. Margaret is a Vocational Case Manager with Standard Insurance. She has worked in long-term disability with Standard for 15 years. Prior to this, Margaret wandered all around the country, working as a vocational counselor (and later managing a rehab office) in California, Pennsylvania, Michigan and finally, Oregon. She is very happy that she ended up working and living in Oregon. When asked what people should know about her, Margaret responded that she is a devoted grandma (her only son's, son), that she has 2 cats and that she sings in her church's choir. She also happily reported that she is finally "cast-less" (she fractured both elbows and her left wrist when she tripped on a handicapped curb cut)! We are all grateful to Margaret Moore, Sandy Johnson, Grace Smith, Cheri Ballantine, Linda Hill, Debbi Cross and Adriane Gaffuri for their hard work in contacting speakers, vendors, and making all the other arrangements IARP President, Dianne Simmons Grab (left); Margaret Moore (center); OARP President, Dan Irwin (right) at the OARP Fall Conference luncheon.


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Margaret Moore
We are all grateful to Sandy Schramm, Linda Hill, Margaret Moore, Grace Smith, Cheri Ballantine, Teddy Forester and Adriane Gaffuri for their hard work in contacting speakers, vendors, and making all the other arrangements. The 2005-2006 Program Committee (Sandy Schramm, Cheri Ballantine, Linda Hill, Grace Smith, Margaret Moore, Teddy Forester, Adriane Gaffuri, Dennis Funk, Marlene Bastian, and Sandy Johnson) is busy contacting potential speakers for the Fall Conference to be held at the Mt. Bachelor Village in Bend on October 7 and 8.


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Margaret Moore
We are all very grateful to Sandy Schramm, Linda Hill, Margaret Moore, Grace Smith, Cheri Ballantine, Marlene Bastian, Sandy Johnson and Adriane Gaffuri for their hard work in contacting speakers, vendors, and making all the other arrangements.


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