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Bobbie Sue Frye

Bobbie Sue Frye, American nurse. Named Nurse of the Year, North Carolina Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1978; Faculty award, University North Carolina, School Nursing Srs., 1974, others.


Frye, Bobbie Sue was born on August 17, 1937 in Hamilton, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Thomas and Sybil Pauline (Webb) Frye.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Washington University, 1968. Registered Nurse, Baptist Hospital, 1958. Master of Science, University North Carolina, 1971.


Staff nurse, General Hospital, Greenville, Mississippi, 1958-1959;staff nurse, General Hospital, Belleville, Illinois, 1967, 68;instructor, Missouri Baptist School Nursing, St. Louis, 1968-1969;staff nurse, North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, 1969-1971;instructor, U. North Carolina School Nursing, Chapel Hill, 1971-1973;assistant professor, U. North Carolina School Nursing, Chapel Hill, 1973-1974;clinical nurse specialist, U. North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, 1974-1992;administrative assistant for special projects, U. North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, 1992-1993. Adjunct assistant professor of University North Carolina School Nursing, 1974-1976. Associate Caroline Population Center, 1971-1975.

Chief nurse United States Air Force Reserve, 1971-1974. Continuing education faculty NAACOG, Washington, 1974-1987.


A mature Christian can reach a state where the love of God reigns supreme in the heart. No one can be perfect in an absolute way, as God is. But it is possible to be perfect in love to God.


The strongest feature of Baptism is that ordinary people play a major role in the running of the Church.


Volunteer, captain United Fund campaign, Chapel Hill, 1985-1991. Volunteer 1987 Olympic Festival. Captain United States Air Force, 1959-1967.

Member Oncology Nursing Society, NAACOG: The Organization for Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nurses (national president 1989), Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Sports, travel, photography, cooking.


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