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Marilyn Hedricks Sackett, American radiologic technician. Registered radiologic technologist, emergency medical technician Texas. Recipient Recognition award, North Mexican Congress Radiologic Technologists, Monterrey, 1978.


Sackett, Marilyn Hedricks was born on October 15, 1943 in Jacksonville, Texas, United States. Daughter of Ben N. and Otha Fay (Simmons) Hedricks.


Degree, Nan Travis Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, 1964. Bachelor of Science with honors, Lamar University, 1974. Master of Education, University Houston and Baylor College Medicine, 1978.


Staff technologist Nan Travis Memorial Hospital, 1964—1965. Chief technologist General Mexia Hospital, Mexia, Texas, 1964—1971. Program coordinator Lamar University, 1971—1975.

Instructor Houston Community College, 1975—1977. Division chairman, health science San Jacinto College, Pasadena, Texas, 1977—1981. Manager, radiation health and safety Dresser Atlas Oilfield Services Group, Houston, 1981—1982.

Vice president & consultant Houston Express Mail Service Academy, 1982—1983. Technical director, radiology Methodist Hospital, Houston, since 1983. Consultant & lecturer in field.

Accreditation surveyor Joint Review Committee Education in Radiologic Technology, Chicago, 1974—1980. Member, wireline services subcommittee Texas Radiation Control Advisory Board, 1982—1984.


Member of Health Physics Society, Radiation Service and Suppliers Association (secretary 1982-1984), Dallas Area Radiologic Technologist Society (chairman, executive board 1968-1969), Bay Area Imaging Modality Society, Houston Area Radiologic Technologist Society 1977-1978, (chairman, long range planning committee 1984), Texas Society Radiologic Technologists (chairman, nominating committee 1970-1971, chairman, education committee 1971-1973, 2nd vice president 1971-1973, chairman, educational alliance 1972-1974, secretary 1975-1977, president 1979-1980, chairman, executive board 1980-1982, legislation co-chairman 1982-1983, assistant annual meeting program chairman 1983-1984), American Society Radiologic Technologists (curriculum task force committee 1977-1978, chairman 1979-1980).