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Lois Anne Hunter Moser

Lois Anne Hunter Moser, American nurse. Registered Nurse, Massachusetts, Utah.

Background

Moser, Lois Anne Hunter was born on October 17, 1935 in Providence. Daughter of Donald Archibald and Elizabeth (Margerison) Hunter.

Education

Diploma, Children's Hospital School Nursing, 1956;student, Simmon's College, 1956-1957;student, Boston University, 1958.

Career

Staff nurse, head nurse, supervisor, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, 1956-1962;pediatric staff nurse, St. Joseph's Hospital, Salina, Kansas, 1962-1963;neo-natal nurse specialist, March of Dimes, Panama City, Florida, 1977-1979;part-time staff nurse pediatrics, neo-natal Intensive Care Unit, Medical Center Hospital, San Antonio, 1980-1985;part-time staff nurse in infant special care/neo-natal Intensive Care Unit, Primary Children's Hospital Medical Center, Salt Lake City, 1986-1991;retired, Primary Children's Hospital Medical Center, Salt Lake City.

Religion

All who truly seek God are both competent and called to develop in that relationship and share it with others.

Views

Christians with differing interpretation of the Bible should be engaged in discussions about the ways the Bible can be applied to major world issues.

Membership

Vice chairman blood pressure Assistance League, Salt Lake City, 1990-1991, chairman blood pressure, 1991-1993, educator, 1993-1995, 1st vice president, 1994-1995, Second vice president, 1995-1996. Active many political campaigns, since 1965. Member University of Utah Women's Club (president 1987-1988, scholarship committee 1987-1992), Wing of Aerospace Medical Association (president 1986-1987), Officer's Wives Clubs (president 1980, Military Wife of Year 1977), Republican Women's Club of San Antonio (president 1977).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, swimming, gourmet cooking.

Connections

Married Royce Moser Junior, June 14, 1958. Children: Beth Anne Moser McLean, Donald Royce Moser.

Politics

Churches should continually prioritize and monitor the progress in adequately representing the increasing racial and ethnic diversity of communities in local congregations and entities.