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Cardiac rehabilitation nurse educator

Mary Margaret Spring, American cardiac rehabilitation nurse educator. Registered Nurse, Michigan.


Spring, Mary Margaret was born on March 14, 1938 in East Jordan, Michigan, United States. Daughter of George N. and Reva Arlene (McKinnon) Walton.


Associate Degree in Nursing with high honors, Christian Science Mott Community College, Flint, Michigan, 1973. Bachelor of science in nursing summa cum laude, University Michigan, Flint, 1979. MSN, Wayne State University, 1982.

Postgraduate, Michigan State University, since 1987.


Staff nurse McLaren General Hospital, Flint, Michigan, 1973-1977, staff nurse coronary care unit, 1977-1980. Nursing supervisor McClaren General Hospital, 1980-1981, clinical nurse specialist cardiac rehabilitation, since 1981. Adjunct lecturer School of Nursing University Mich, Flint, since 1989.

Presenter, speaker for patient groups and professional seminars.


  • Registered Nurse, Michigan.


Volunteer American Heart Association, Visiting Nurse Association. Elder Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, pastor, 1994, 95. Member National League for Nursing, American Association Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, American Heart Association certified Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor, American Council of Learned Societies, instructor trainer, state delegate, board directors Genesee County chapter, school site committees), Michigan Society Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (treasurer, bylaws committee), Sigma Theta Tau.


Married Charles R. Spring, June 15, 1957. Children: Elizabeth, Mary K., Sally, Charles.

George N. Walton

Reva Arlene (McKinnon) Walton

Charles R. Spring

Elizabeth Spring

Mary K. Spring

Sally Spring

Charles Spring