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Suzanne Madeleine Daniels

Suzanne Madeleine Daniels, American medical technologist. Member of American Association Blood Banks, Clinical Laboratory Management Association, American Society Clinical Pathologists.

Background

  • Daniels, Suzanne Madeleine was born on July 23, 1941 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of George Edward and Ruth Bernadette (St. Martin) Brodeur.

  • Education

    • Student, Central New England College of Technology, 1959—1962. M.T., Worcester City Hospital School Medical Technology, 1962. Bachelor in Professional Studies Management cum laude, University New Hampshire, 1993.

    Career

    • Flight exam technician Pratt & Whitney, East Hartford, Connecticut, 1962—1963. Section head, chemistry and radioisotopes Mount Sinai Hospital, Hartford, 1963—1965. General technician Memorial Hospital, Worcester, 1965—1969.

      Blood bank supervisor Milford Whitinsville Regional Hospital, Massachusetts, 1969—1970. Assistant clinical supervisor & section head, chemistry Worcester Hahnemann Hospital, 1970—1975. Laboratory supervisor Weeks Memorial Hospital, Lancaster, New Hampshire, 1975—1987.

      Clinical teaching staff Vermont College School Medical Laboratory Technicians, 1975—1987. Office supervisor Gulf Coast Pathology and Medical Laboratory Services Inc., Bradenton, Florida, 1987—1988. Manager, laboratory Littleton Regional Hospital, New Hampshire, 1988—1993.

      Laboratory manager & assistant office manager Family Doctor, Bradenton, Florida, 1993—1997, Manatee Community Blood Center, Bradenton, since 1997.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member of American Association Blood Banks, Clinical Laboratory Management Association, American Society Clinical Pathologists.

    Connections

    • Children: Edward, Jennifer.
    • father: George Edward Brodeur
    • mother: Ruth Bernadette (St. Martin) Brodeur
    • children: Edward Daniels
    • Jennifer Daniels
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