Palm Beach Treasure Coast: Officers

President: Jeanne Constable

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Jeanne Constable

Clinical Manager/Bariatric Coordinator at Jupiter Medical Center where I have worked since 1982.  I have been in the GI lab here since 1989 and a member of SGNA since 1991. I obtained certification in 1992. GI is my passion and I was instrumental in starting the local SGNA Region 69, Palm Beach Treasure Coast, in 2009.  I joined SGNA to learn ever evolving GI wisdom to share with my patients and team. There is always new technology and procedures so it is an exciting area for a nurse to expand her/his horizons. I love the camaraderie and networking that SGNA has allowed me to do and have many lifelong friends because of this. I especially love attending the seminars and State and National meetings that SGNA provides us. Those close to me know that I love my four-legged furr babies (cats) Yogi and Cobi, twin brothers. My other two favorite things are butterflies and purple (the actual color) . I have lived in Jupiter the last 40 years but originally came from Massachusetts.

Jacquie Lyboldt

Secretary/Treasurer: Jacqueline Lyboldt

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Jacqueline Lyboldt

I started in Endoscopy in 1988. I worked in every aspect of the department and at many medical centers in Palm Beach and Martin counties.
This is my third 2-year term as Secretary/Treasurer of Region 69. I helped get Region 69 started and have been an officer since its inception. I joined SGNA in 1989 and became certified in 1992.  I found belonging was a good way to increase knowledge and network with fellow nurses. I retired in 2013 from St. Mary’s Medical Center. I split my time now between Florida and North Carolina. We have a garden where we grow our own vegetables and can the fruits of our labor.  I also enjoy reading, knitting, crocheting, sewing, and doing needlepoint in my spare time. 

Board Members:

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Cindy Dedick

My name is Cindy Dedick, I work at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. I am a CGRN. I have been an Endoscopy nurse since 1990 — pretty “vintage”!

A position opened in Endoscopy and I decided to apply and I found my favorite job. Endoscopy is a great place to work, so many positive aspects, like working as a team with other nurses and physicians, and  focusing on patient care. I joined SGNA to learn more about GI nursing and meet other nurses in Endosopy that could share their expertise. I have learned so much and continue to learn. I also became certified in Gastroenterology Nursing.

Fun fact — I love to play Scrabble! Best game in the world.

Karen Harris
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Karen Harris

My name is Karen Harris and I have been a nurse since 2008.  After completing nursing school I got into a cardiac novice nurse program and have worked on Telemetry until 2022.  At that point I was given an opportunity to join the team in the GI Lab at Jupiter Medical Center.  There has been so much to learn in this new speciality.  I joined SGNA to help network with other GI nurses and gain access to educational opportunities.  I’m also a Mom.  I have young adult twins that are in college and we all love to travel together.  

Nikki Clark (Vargas)