Mary Margaret Memmer
Mary Margaret Memmer, American nursing educator. Certified public health nurse, California. Grantee University Michigan, 1965, California University System, 1974-1975, 73-74, California State University-Chico, 1977-1978, 81, 90, 91, 92; recipient several awards. Member Chico Symphony Orchestra, 1975-2001, North State Symphony, since 2001. Member University Nebraska School Nursing Alumnae Association.
Memmer, Mary Margaret was born on April 23, 1936 in St. Paul. Daughter of Philip Loren and Georgia Mildred (Rose) Kelly.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Nebraska, 1958. Master in Nursing Education, University Minnesota, 1960. Postgraduate, University Washington, 1967.
Staff nurse University Nebraska Hospital, Omaha, 1958-1959, University Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis, 1959. Instructor University Nebraska, Omaha, 1961-1962. Instructor, then assistant professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1962-1966.
Instructor University Washington, Seattle, 1967-1968. From assistant professor to professor nursing California State University-Chico, 1968-1994, professor emeritus, since 1994.
Certified public health nurse, California.
Author of 5 learning modules Intercampus Nursing Project. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to Nursing Textbook, 1987.
The use of force may be supported in extreme situations and when the need to do so is beyond reasonable doubt.
God wants to see people productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.
As human beings people are a part of a cruel and violent and unjust world that feels like it cannot be changed. By accepting forgiveness and liberation, God enables to resist evil and to live life that can make this world a better place.
Member Chico Symphony Orchestra, 1975-2001, North State Symphony, since 2001. Member University Nebraska School Nursing Alumnae Association.