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Joni Elizabeth Davisson

Joni Elizabeth Davisson, American women's health nurse. Registered Nurse, Wisconsin; certified inpatient obstetrics, fetal monitoring; certified neonatal advanced life support. Active Rock County Foster Parent, 1965-1980; communion minister St. Jude's Church, since 1975; leader Le Leche League, since 1970, 4-H Club, 1975-1980.

Background

  • Davisson, Joni Elizabeth was born on December 18, 1937 in Beloit, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of John K. Senior and Arlene Alice (Schroeder) Gosline.

  • Education

    • Associate Degree in Nursing, Blackhawk Technology College, 1982. Associate of Arts in Education, North Iowa College, 1957. Certified in tax accounting, Henry W. Bloch and Richard Bloch, 1975.

      Bachelor of science in nursing, Mount Senario College, 1990. Postgraduate, University Wisconsin. Postgraduate, Marquette University.

    Career

    • Tax consultant Henry W. Bloch and Richard Bloch, Beloit, 1970-1980. Teacher junior high Immaculate Conception School, Morris, Illinois, 1970-1972. Teacher mathematics and science Beloit Public Schools, 1972-1982.

      Staff nurse, preceptor Beloit Memorial Hospital, since 1982.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse, Wisconsin. Certified inpatient obstetrics, fetal monitoring. Certified neonatal advanced life support.

    Membership

    Active Rock County Foster Parent, 1965-1980. Communion minister St. Jude's Church, since 1975. Leader Le Leche League, since 1970, 4-H Club, 1975-1980.

    Connections

    • Married Roger Warren Davisson, June 22, 1957. Children: Erin, Kevin, Robin, Laurin, Darrin, Jasin, Nathin, Quentin, Shanin.
    • father: John K. Senior Gosline
    • mother: Arlene Alice (Schroeder) Gosline
    • spouse: Roger Warren Davisson
    • children: Erin Davisson
    • Kevin Davisson
    • Robin Davisson
    • Laurin Davisson
    • Darrin Davisson
    • Jasin Davisson
    • Nathin Davisson
    • Quentin Davisson
    • Shanin Davisson
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    Born December 18, 1937
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