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Jean Ann Baumler, American nurse. Registered Nurse Hawaii, certified gerontological nurse, American Nurses Credentialing Center, gerontological nurse practitioner, San Jose State University. Recipient Incentive award, VA, 1978, Components Achievement medal, United States Army Reserve, 1981, First Lady's Outstanding Volunteer award, Hawaii, 1987.


Baumler, Jean Ann was born on April 22, 1951 in West Union, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Melvin John and Rita Theresa (Lansing) Baumler.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Viterbo College, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, 1973. Master of Science, San Jose State University, California, 1980.


Self-help instructor Arthritis Foundation. Staff nurse, assistant head nurse Letterman Army Medical Center, San Francisco, 1972—1975. Health supervisor Camp Ehawee Scout Camp, LaCrosse, 1973.

Charge nurse Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital, California, 1975—1983. Member in-service committee Extended Care Service, 1981—1983. Adult day health program coordinator Kuakini Medical Center, Honolulu, 1983—1987, member, various committees, 1984—1987.

Quality assurance nurse analyst Straub Clinic & Hospital, 1987—1988. On-call case management, nurse consultant Community Long Term Care Services, 1987—1991. Director nursing services Laniolu Good Samaritan Center, 1988—1991.

On-call nurse Hospice Hawaii, from 1991. With Nurse Corps. United States Army, 1972-1975.


Treasurer Fair Oaks 90 Homeowners Association, 1980—1983. Member of Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders Association (founding member, consultant San Jose and Menlo Park, California chapters 1982-1983, board directors Honolulu chapter 1984-1991, chair education public committee 1984-1991, long term care committee 1987-1992), Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society, Geront. Society America (student representative to biological science section 1980).