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Jacqueline Lee Aycock

Jacqueline Lee Aycock, American critical care nurse, educator. Registered Nurse Illinois. Fellow: American Heart Association (certified American Council of Learned Societies instructor, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instr); member: Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

  • Aycock, Jacqueline Lee was born on November 25, 1939 in Belleville, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Elmer William and Manila Cora (Muskopf) Koch.

  • Education

    • Diploma in nursing, St. Luke's School Nursing, 1960. Bachelor of science in nursing, St. Louis University, 1981. MSN, 1989.

    Career

    • Head nurse pediatrics Christian Welfare Hospital, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1961—1965. Supervisor, 1966—1969, Memorial Hospital, Belleville, 1969—1972, 1978—1981. Head nurse emergency room, 1972—1976.

      Paramedic instructor, 1977—1978. Head nurse Intensive Care Unit, 1983—1988. Director staff development St. Louis Visiting Nurse Association, 1988—1990.

      Education coordinator Deaconess Health Systems, St. Louis, 1990—1991. Critical care clinical nurse specialist, 1991—1993. Instructor Lutheran School of Nursing, 1993—1994.

      Assistant professor Deaconess College of Nursing, St. Louis, since 1994. Instructor nursing Barnes School of Nursing, 1981—1983. Director continuing education RNs Belleville Area College, 1979—1982.

      Staff nurse e.r. Memorial Bellevue, 1988—1998. Per diem nursing supervisor Forest Park Hospital, since 1993. Emergency medical technician, paramedic Columbia Ambulance Service (Illinois), 1978—1982.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse Illinois.

    Politics

    The separation of church and state has guaranteed the diversity of religious expressions and the freedom to worship God according to each person’s conscience. However, separation of church and state permit interaction.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Everybody can reach the love of God. Salvation is for everyone who turns to God.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    The strong feature of Methodism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money. They share with ordained ministers the role of setting direction for the churches in a particular area or 'circuit'.

    Membership

    Fellow: American Heart Association (certified American Council of Learned Societies instructor, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instr). Member: Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Ray H. Aycock, December 30, 1960. Children: Andrea Lyn, Andrew Wayne.
    • father: Elmer William Koch
    • mother: Manila Cora (Muskopf) Koch
    • spouse: Ray H. Aycock
    • children: Andrea Lyn Aycock
    • Andrew Wayne Aycock
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    Born November 25, 1939
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