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Romelle Quarles Loudermilk

Romelle Quarles Loudermilk, American nurse, consultant. Certified in infection control. Recipient Lee Cobb award, Lander College, 1964. Active Pentecostal Church God; Member of Palmetto division National Infection Control Organization, Association Practitioners Infection Control, National Intravenous Association, South Carolina Hospital Association (secretary, vice president, president since 1984).

Background

  • Loudermilk, Romelle Quarles was born on July 21, 1944 in Walhalla, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Melvin James and Blanche Quarles.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Lander College, 1964.

    Career

    • Hyome health nurse Laurens County Health Department, South Carolina, 1965—1966, 1968—1972, Oconee County Health Department, Seneca, South Carolina, 1973—1975. Staff nurse Oconee Memorial Hospital, 1976—1978, infection control nurse, since 1978. Consultant instructor Tri-county Tec, Pendleton, South Carolina, since 1985.

    Major achievements

    • Certified in infection control.

    Membership

    Active Pentecostal Church God. Member of Palmetto division National Infection Control Organization, Association Practitioners Infection Control, National Intravenous Association, South Carolina Hospital Association (secretary, vice president, president since 1984).

    Personality

    Interests

    Sewing, needlepoint, farming.

    Connections

    • Married Raymond Albert Loudermilk, September 12, 1964. Children: Michael, LaFollette.
    • father: Melvin James
    • mother: Blanche Quarles
    • spouse: Raymond Albert Loudermilk
    • children: Michael Loudermilk
    • LaFollette Loudermilk
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    Born July 21, 1944
    (age 73)
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