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Nanna Sue Duncan

Nanna Sue Duncan, American nurse. Certified Registered Nurse. Teacher, Sunday School-Baptist Churches, Springfield, since 1970, leader, Camp Fire, Springfield, 1967, mission's speaker, local Churches, Springfield, 1978, advisor, David Duncan Political Campaign, Springfield, 1988. Member of the Chamber of Commerce Health Care Coalition, Ozarks Safety Council; Gideon Auxiliary, Beta Sigma Phi.

Background

  • Duncan, Nanna Sue was born on March 9, 1936 in Rogers, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of John Parker and Esther (Kelley) Weddington.

  • Education

    • Nursing (diploma), Springfield Baptist Hospital, 1956.

    Career

    • Industrial nurse, Lily Tulip Cup Corporation, Springfield, 1964-1968;industrial nurse, General Electric Company, Springfield, 1971-1973;staff nurse/gynecology, Conrad-Walker Mclaughlin Clinic, Springfield, 1973-1975;utilization review coordinator, surgical nurse, St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, 1975-1979;school health nurse, Richard's and Fairview School, West Plains, 1979-1983;utilization review coordinator, St. John's Regional Health Center, 1983-1984;review coordinator, Missouri Patent Care Review Foundation, Springfield, 1984-1987;medical service advisor, medical department supervisor, medical and employee insurance department manager, Zenith electronics corporation, Springfield, since 1987. Surgical nurse Surgical Mission Team, Haiti, 1978.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Teacher, Sunday School-Baptist Churches, Springfield, since 1970, leader, Camp Fire, Springfield, 1967, mission's speaker, local Churches, Springfield, 1978, advisor, David Duncan Political Campaign, Springfield, 1988. Member of the Chamber of Commerce Health Care Coalition, Ozarks Safety Council. Gideon Auxiliary, Beta Sigma Phi.

    Personality

    Interests

    Avocations: canoeing, hiking.

    Connections

    • Married Doyle Clayton Duncan, March 30, 1957, (deceased June 30, 1982). Children: Janet Sue, David Doyle.
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    Born March 9, 1936