Kristine Gebbie, a health policy expert who served as the nation’s first AIDS czar in the early 1990s, died on May 17 in Adelaide, Australia. She was 78.

Kristine Gebbie cause of death

Kristine Moore Gebbie, born on June 26, 1943, was an American academic and public health official working as a professor at the Flinders University School of Nursing & Midwifery in Adelaide, Australia.

Gebbie previously served as the AIDS Policy Coordinator (or “AIDS Czar”) from 1993 to 1994.

She worked with President Bill Clinton to make the disease a public health priority. But her office never achieved the stature or effectiveness that some had hoped for.

Who was Kristine Gebbie’s husband?

Before Kristine Gebbie‘s sudden death, she was married to her second husband, Lester Nils Wright.

Kristine Gebbie cause of death

Lester Nils Wright was a physician, Dr. Wright died last month.

Previously, Kristine Gebbie was married to Neil Gebbie, and she had four kids.

Her first marriage, to Neil Gebbie, ended in divorce

Did Kristine Gebbie have kids?

Kristine Gebbie had four children with her ex-husband, Neil Gebbie, Eileen Gebbie, Anna Gebbie, Sharon Gebbie, and Eric Gebbie.

She is also survived by her stepsons, Jason Wright and Nathan Wright.

What was Kristine Gebbie cause of death?

The cause of Kristine Gebbie’s death was cancer, her daughter Eileen Gebbie said.


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