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Ann Taylor Ward

Ann Taylor Ward, American nurse. Registered Nurse Sharley Cribb College Nursing, South Africa, 1968. Member of National Association Quality Assurance Professionals, Utah Association Quality Assurance Professionals (treasurer 1981-1982, president-elect 1983-1984, president 1984-1985).

Background

  • Ward, Ann Taylor was born on June 6, 1947 in Cape Town, South Africa. Arrived in United States, 1969. Daughter of Ernest Edmund Peabody and Arline Dorothy (Kehl) Booth.

  • Career

    • Staff nurse Latter-Day Saints Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1969—1973, oncology clinical coordinator, 1973—1977, director quality assurance, 1977—1980. Quality assurance manager Immunohistochemistry Hospitals Inc., Salt Lake City, 1981—1982. Director Risk management and quality assurance Alta View Hospital, Sandy, since 1982.

      Director quality management Immunohistochemistry Hospitals Inc., 1991. Instructor American Cancer Society, Salt Lake City, 1976—1977.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse Sharley Cribb College Nursing, South Africa, 1968.

    Views

    Revelation is a continuing process through which God communicate with people. Therefore, the Head of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Prophet of God, the same as Apostles of Jesus Christ.

    Membership

    Member of National Association Quality Assurance Professionals, Utah Association Quality Assurance Professionals (treasurer 1981-1982, president-elect 1983-1984, president 1984-1985).

    Connections

    • Married Charles J. Taylor, March 31, 1972 (divorced). Children: Jean-Ann, James. Married Albert E. Ward, September 6, 1980.
    • father: Ernest Edmund Peabody Booth
    • mother: Arline Dorothy (Kehl) Booth
    • spouses: Charles J. Taylor
    • Albert E. Ward
    • children: Jean-Ann Ward
    • James Ward
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    Born June 6, 1947
    (age 70)
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