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Lillian Harriett Mood, American public health nurse. Registered Nurse, South Carolina. Recipient First award of merit Association State and Territorial Directors of Nursing, 1989; award for excellence South Carolina League for Nursing, 1990; Community Leadership fellow Will Keith Kellogg Foundation, 1992-1994; fellow Salzburg (Austria) Seminar, 1994.


Mood, Lillian Harriett was born on August 12, 1940 in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Francis Palmer and Lula Sue (Rigby) Mood.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University of Southern California, 1962;Master in Public Health, University of Southern California, 1975.


Clinical instructor, University of Southern California College Nursing, Columbia, 1962-1963;staff and charge nurse, Cmty. Hospital and State Tuberculosis Hospital, Georgetown and Manning, South Carolina., 1962-1970;supervision/consultant home health services, South Carolina. Department Health and Environmental Control, Georgetown and Columbia, 1970-1978;project director community long term care, South Carolina.

Department Social Superior vena cava syndrome, Columbia, 1978-1979;assistant commissioner and state director public health nursing, South Carolina. Department Health and Environmental Control, Columbia, 1979-1988;director assessment and quality assurance, South Carolina. Department Health and Environmental Control, Columbia, 1988-1993;director risk committee and community liaison Environmental Quality Control, South Carolina.

Department Health and Environmental Control, Columbia, since 1993. Board directors Palmetto Senior Care, Columbia. President Association State and Territorial Dirs. of Nursing, 1984-1986.

Member 10M Committee on Future of Public Health.


The life with Christ has nothing to do with being in a "church" atmosphere for all eternity. God’s salvation involves far more. He is planning to make his children productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.


The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.


It is good for Christians with different approaches to the interpretation of the Bible to engage with each other and argue how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.


Active Friends of Museum, Columbia, Riverbanks Society, Columbia, South Carolina Healthy People Coalition, South Carolina. Fellow American Academy Nursing. Member American Public Health Association (governing council 1985-1986, 89-90, 97-89), American Nurses Association, South Carolina Nurses Association (Excellence in Promotion of Practice award 1997), South Carolina Public Health Association (president 1978-1979), National League for Nursing (governing board 1982, 87-90).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, reading, choral music.


Married Tony Ryan McCreight, September 14, 1963 (divorced 1982). Children: Wynn Redpath, Susan Liles, Elizabeth Elliott.