The state should not attempt to control the church, nor should the church seek to dominate the state. The separation of church and state should not be misconstrued as the abolition of all religious expression from public life.
Rhoda Fay Yocum, American medical and surgical nurse, nursing educator, consultant. Recipient honorable mention Rear Admiral Hall award for nursing publication United States Navy Nurse Corps, 1993. Lieutenant Commander United States Navy, since 1976. Member American Nurses Association, Ohio Nurses Association (board directors District 10), Nursing Entrepreneur Assembly.
- Clinical nurse, Dettmer General Hospital, Troy, Ohio., 1971-1976;clinical nurse, Naval Hospital, Quantico, Virginia, 1976-1978;education charge nurse, clinical nurse, Newport, Rhode Island, 1980-1983;director Inservice Education, Moberly (Missouri) Regional Medical Center, 1984-1985;part time clinical nurse, Naval Hospital, Patuxent River, Maryland., 1986-1988;head branch clinic, Naval Medical Clinic, Key West, Florida, 1988-1991;special project coordinator, Wayne Memorial Hospital, Jesup, Georgia, 1991-1992;staff nurse, Gallup (New Mexico) Indian Health Svc., 1992;staff nurse, VA at WPAFB, Dayton, Ohio., 1992-1996. Consultant 1994, educator, 1992 Awareness Prodns., Tipp City, Ohio.