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Frances Jeannette Freeland

Frances Jeannette Freeland, American alcoholism treatment center executive. Named Salvation Army Territorial Nurse Year award, 1984; recipient award appreciation, Koala Center, Lebanon, Indiana, 1978. Member of National Nurses Society Alcoholism., Indiana Nurses Society Alcoholism, Half-way House Women, Indpls, First Step Inc. (member executive board), Indiana Substance Abuse Task Force.

Background

  • Freeland, Frances Jeannette was born on April 11, 1938 in Danville, Illinois, United States. Daughter of John Terrence and Marie Amber (Iliff) Freeland.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, College Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, 1960. Master of Science in Extension Education, Purdue University, Indianapolis, 1978. Postgraduate in health administration.

    Career

    • Staff nurse premature and critical care nursery Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, 1960—1961. Joined carmelite order Roman Catholic Church, 1961. With Carmelite Contemplative Community, Indianapolis, 1961—1971.

      Staff nurse Veterans Administration Hospital, 1971—1972. Medical & surgical staff nurse St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, 1972—1974. Director alcoholism detoxification unit Salvation Army, Indianapolis, 1974—1979.

      Program director Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, 1979—1985. Administrative assistant Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, from 1985. Teacher alcoholism therapy.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member of National Nurses Society Alcoholism., Indiana Nurses Society Alcoholism, Half-way House Women, Indpls, First Step Inc. (member executive board), Indiana Substance Abuse Task Force.

    Connections

    • father: John Terrence Freeland
    • mother: Marie Amber (Iliff) Freeland
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    Born April 11, 1938
    Died July 4, 2007
    (aged 69)
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