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Jerry Don Metzler

Jerry Don Metzler was American nursing administrator. With United States Navy, 1956-1960, United States Public Health Service, 1980-1997. Member American Nurses Association, Reserve Officers Association, Commissioned Officers Association United States Public Health Service, Masons, Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

  • Metzler, Jerry Don was born on March 6, 1935 in Mishawaka, Indiana, United States. Son of Gerald Donald and Cleota Christabell (Dowell) Metzler.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Arizona State University, 1962. Master of Education, Arizona State University, 1967. Bachelor of science in nursing, San Diego State University, 1973.

      Master of Science, University Arizona, Tucson, 1980.

    Career

    • Teacher science Washington School, Sanger, California, 1963-1968. Teacher biology San Jacinto (California) H.S.,1968-1970. Staff nurse Maricopa County Hospital, Phoenix, 1973-1976.

      Staff nurse St. Luke's Hospital, Phoenix, 1976-1977. Instructor nursing, department head Gila Pueblo College, Globe, Arizona, 1977-1978. Nurse educator, assistant director nursing United States Public Health Service Indian Hospital, Tuba City, Arizona, 1980-1984.

      Assistant nursing service manager Phoenix Indian Medical Center, 1984-1985. Public health educator Phoenix Indian Medical Center, 1985-1988. Director nursing United States Public Health Service Indian Hospital, Owyhee, Nevada, 1988-1990.

      Senior project officer United States Public Health Service, Dallas, 1990-1997. Retired, 1997. With United States Navy, 1956-1960, United States Public Health Service, 1980-1997.

    Politics

    The Church is after all a movement which sought to inject passion, direction and purpose into the spiritual lives of the people.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.

    Views

    God should be loved with hearts as well as with minds. To the best of their ability everyone needs to think things through in the light of reason. This means becoming aware of different points of view, and using his or her critical thinking to make sense of God's world.

    Membership

    With United States Navy, 1956-1960, United States Public Health Service, 1980-1997. Member American Nurses Association, Reserve Officers Association, Commissioned Officers Association United States Public Health Service, Masons, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy J. Masters, August 18, 1962.
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