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Judith Lynn Richtsmeier, American mental health nurse. CPR instructor/trainer American Heart Association, since 1982; active American Red Cross, since 1971.


Richtsmeier, Judith Lynn was born on December 11, 1943 in Riverside, California, United States. Daughter of J. Loren and Margaret E. (Branch) Dexter.


Registered Nurse, California Hospital School Nursing, Los Angeles, 1964. Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1979. Master of Science, University Utah, 1992.


Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit, relief house supervisor, Hoag Memorial Hospital, Newport Beach, California, 1969-1971;assistant to family physician, Doctor F.D. Kalbfleisch, Doctor of Medicine Lawton, Oklahoma, 1974-1976;staff nurse community service progressive, American Red Cross, Montgomery, Alabama, 1976-1977;staff nurse surgical Intensive Care Unit, U. Utah Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1977-1979;staff nurse, nursing development coordinator, Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1981-1985;bereavement progressive coordinator, psychosocial/oncology consultant, Holy Cross Hospital, 1985-1988;clinical research coordinator reproductive immunology research, U. Utah, Department Obstetrics / Gynaecology, Salt Lake City, 1988-1990;senior research nurse, Utah Regional Cancer Center, since 1990.


With Nurse Corps United States Army, 1963-1974. Member Lupus Foundation American (vice president patient education 1986-1988), Utah Society health Educators and Trainers (parliamentarian 1984-1985), American Nurses Association (council psychiatric/mental health nursing specialists, since 1984), Utah Nurses Association (council on psychiatric/mental health nursing specialists since 1984), American Association History of Nursing, Health Education Association of Utah, Forum for Death Education and Counseling, Association Military Surgeons of the United States, American heart Association, Reserve Officers Association, National Society of Daughters of America Revolution, Sigma Theta Tau.


Married Ronald C. Richtsmeier, August 15, 1967.