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John A. Frantz Edit Profile

physician , writer

John A. Frantz was American physician, writer. Member City Planning Commission, Monroe, 2004; alderman Monroe City Council, 1999—2005; member RENEW Wisconsin, Madison, 1980; volunteer United States Peace Corps, Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 1968—1970; Member of American Medical Association, National Association Science Writers, Am College Physicians, Sierra Club (licentiate; national outings leader 1980-1992), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Frantz, John A. was born on February 18, 1923 in Van Wert, Ohio, United States. Son of George Arthur and Amy Kellogg Frantz.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1943. Doctor of Medicine, University Rochester, New York, 1946.

Career

Intern Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, 1946—1947. Physician private practice, Montrose, Colorado, 1952—1954. Student health physician University Missouri, Columbia, 1954—1955.

Staff physician Monroe Clinic, Wisconsin, 1955—2006. Professor medicine Nangrahar University, Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 1968—1970. Volunteer assistant professor U Wisconsin Medicfal School, Madison, 1970—1980.

Captain United States Air Force, 1947-1949.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor columns in newspapers.

Membership

Member City Planning Commission, Monroe, 2004. Alderman Monroe City Council, 1999—2005. Member RENEW Wisconsin, Madison, 1980.

Volunteer United States Peace Corps, Jalalabad, Afghanistan, 1968—1970. Member of American Medical Association, National Association Science Writers, Am College Physicians, Sierra Club (licentiate. National outings leader 1980-1992), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Mary H. Hodge 1946, January 12, 1946. Children: Barbara Brown, Caroline Smith, Winifred Hoffman.

father:
George Arthur

mother:
Amy Kellogg Frantz

spouse:
Mary H. Hodge 1946

children:
Barbara Brown Frantz

Caroline Smith Frantz

Winifred Hoffman Frantz