Wanda Mayberry (1934 – 2012) Faculty, Occupational Therapy, 1973 - 2000
In Memory: Wanda Mayberry, a 1956 Occupational Therapy graduate, was a professor in the OT department for 26 years before her retirement in 2000. When Mayberry first came to teach at Colorado State University in 1973, she was instrumental in starting the master’s program, which had previously been a bachelor’s only program. During her career at CSU, Mayberry taught, advised, and mentored students; developed courses and curricula; and served as acting department head.
In Memory: Wanda Mayberry 2012 Legacies Honorees Compilation Video
Wanda Mayberry was part of a compilation video featuring her story, along with Legacies Honorees Sheri Linnell, Dick Dunn, Jennifer Anderson, Brad Sheafor, Jack Curfman, Tex Anderson, and Janet Fritz.
Watch Wanda Mayberry’s personal video and hear her stories and memories.
Wanda Mayberry passed away on Dec. 18, 2012, after a valiant battle against cancer. She was 78. Her legacy at CSU lives on through her philanthropy. Her estate gift continues to support student scholarships, professional development, and connections in the Wanda Mayberry Student Lounge. Watch a video below honoring Wanda’s investment in the future.