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Floyd Jackson Bolend Edit Profile

Anesthesiologist , medical educator , World War I veteran

Floyd Jackson Bolend, American anesthesiologist, medical educator, World War I veteran. Awarded decoration of Purple Heart by United States, 1936. Served as major commanding Oklahoma F. H., 1916-1917; Mason.

Background

Bolend, Floyd Jackson was born on August 1, 1877 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States. Son of George C. and Ethel (McCormick) Bolend.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Kingfisher College, 1899. Ph.C., University of Oklahoma, 1901. Doctor of Medicine College Physicians and Surgical (St. Louis), 1906.

Career

1 daughter, Ethel Rickey. Practiced at Oklahoma City, since 1910. Associate professor medicine, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, since 1911.

Professor of anæsthesia, University of Oklahoma. Member clinical staff University Hospital. Staff St. Anthony and Oklahoma General hospitals.

Membership

Served as major commanding Oklahoma F. H., 1916-1917.

Connections

Married Mary M. Rickey, March 1, 1903.

father:
George C. Bolend

mother:
Ethel (McCormick) Bolend

spouse:
Mary M. Rickey