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Joyce Martine Salmon

Joyce Martine Salmon, American nursing supervisor. Certified in inpatient obstetric nursing, emergency medical technician. Certified in Advanced Fetal Monitoring, St. Luke's Hospital Perinatal Center, Kansas City, 1988, Certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association, 1990.


Salmon, Joyce Martine was born on July 21, 1946 in Mendon, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Oakie Floyd and Lois May (Ratcliff) Rank.


Diploma, St. Luke's School Nursing, Kansas City, Missouri, 1967. Student in nursing, Webster University, Kansas City, Missouri, since 1988.


Staff nurse Johnson County Memorial Hospital, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1967-1968. Staff nurse Wetzel Hospital, Clinton, 1968-1969, Mary Washington Hospital, Fredricksburg, 1970-1971, Wetzel Hospital, Clinton, 1971-1972. Community health nurse II Cass County Health Department, Harrisonville, Missouri, 1972-1981.

Staff nurse Golden Valley Memorial Hospital, Clinton, 1981-1987. Maternal-child health nursing supervisor Cass Medical Center, Harrisonville, since 1987. Child-birth educator Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton, 1983-1987, Cass Medical Center, Harrisonville, 1987-1988.

Fetal-monitoring consultant Vernon County Area Vocational School, Nevada, Missouri, 1989.


Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, God has broken the power of all that is evil, in the world and in people.


Christians should read the Bible as part of a faith community, and try to put themselves into the story of God's dealings with humanity.


Democratic central committeewoman, Henry County, Missouri, 1986-1988. Member Saturday Club, G.F.W.C., Creighton, Missouri, 1976-1980, Urich Baptist Church, Urich, Missouri, 1981-1989. Chairman Creighton Bicentennial Youth Parade, 1976.

Member Nurses Association of America College Obstetricians and Gynecologists.


  • Other Interests

    Needlecrafts, reading, spectator sports.


Married Garnett A. Salmon, August 26, 1967. Children: Terry Scott, Travis Lee, Timothy Eric.


All Christians, and particularly those in leadership positions, should prayerfully seek God’s mind and will and strongly to consider the potential problems of politicizing the church and the pulpit before endorsing candidates.