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Janet K. Dyer

Janet K. Dyer, American laboratory technologist. Recipient Molly Pitcher award United States Army, 1987. Vice president NCO Wives Club, Babenhausen, 1984-1987; president Red Cross, Babenhausen, 1986-1987.


  • Dyer, Janet K. was born on August 17, 1960 in Grand Jct., Colorado, United States. Daughter of Clinton and Jean Keys.

  • Education

    • Student, Savannah State College. AS, Victoria (Texas) Regional. Student, Fort Sam Houston University.


    • Lab supervisor Oklahoma Blood Institute, Lawton. Phlebotomy instructor Great Plains Area Votech. Laboratory supervisor Babenhausen (Germany) Dispensary.

      Laboratory technologist Savannah Medical Specialties, Cuero (Texas) Community Hospital, Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma City.


    Racism is sin because it disregards the image of God in all people and denies the truth of the Gospel that believers are all one in Him.


    Creed or other statements should be rejected as they may compromise each believer’s obligation to interpret Scripture under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and within the community of faith.

    Denomination: Baptist


    The strong feature of Baptism is that prayers are not only led by a minister, but often by a local preacher - a lay person who has been trained and authorized to lead worship and preach.


    Vice president NCO Wives Club, Babenhausen, 1984-1987. President Red Cross, Babenhausen, 1986-1987.



    Square dancing, playing organ and piano, swimming, travel.


    • Married Jonathan Dyer.
    • father: Clinton Keys
    • mother: Jean Keys
    • spouse: Jonathan Dyer.
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    Born August 17, 1960
    (age 57)