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Dorothy Tripp Arabie Edit Profile

Dorothy Tripp Arabie, American nurse. Certified critical care nurse, Hospital. Member of Women's Bowling Congress, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Oncological Nursing Society (chairman publicity chapter), Quality Assurance Association (secretary 1978-1982), National League Nursing, African Violet Club.

Background

Arabie, Dorothy Tripp was born on February 12, 1935 in Nichols, New York, United States. Daughter of Norman R. and Mamie Ethel (Wilhelm) Tripp.

Education

Licensed Practical Nurse, T.H. Harris Vocational-Technology School, 1968. Associate Degree in Nursing, Louisiana State University, 1976. Student, University Southern Louisiana, 1973—1974.

Bachelor of Science, St. Joseph's College, Windham, Maine, 1985.

Career

Housekeeping aide Fayetteville Hospital, Alabama, 1951, Mercy Hospital, Durango, Colorado, 1953. Licensed practical nurse Charity Hosp, Lafayette, Louisiana, 1968, Lourdes Hospital, Lafayette, 1968—1976. Nurse Cardiac Care Unit, 1976—1978, nurse & shift director, since 1978.

Membership

Member of Women's Bowling Congress, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Oncological Nursing Society (chairman publicity chapter), Quality Assurance Association (secretary 1978-1982), National League Nursing, African Violet Club.

Connections

Married Norman L. Miller, February 12, 1954 (divorced September 1968). Children: Glenn R., Faith A. Miller Castille, Christopher L., John D. Married Francis Blanchard (deceased January 1978).

Married Emmett J. Arabie, August 15, 1981.