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Maxene Hanna Miller, American nurse, educator, health consultant. Registered Nurse, Ohio; certified gerontological nurse. Recipient City of Dayton award Dayton Junior Chamber of C., l968, achievement citation Catholic Hospital Association, l977, award Ohio Senate, l98l; named One of Dayton's Top Ten Women, Dayton, l98l.


Miller, Maxene Hanna was born on May 15, 1935 in Westmoreland, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of James Frazier and Nettie Lillian (Lyles) Hanna.


Graduate nursing, Owensboro-Davies County School, 1953. Bachelor of Science, Western Kentucky University, 1954. Postgraduate, Vanderbilt University, l960-6l.


Chief nurse Aerospace Research, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 1962-1964. Director open heart surgery Dayton (Ohio) Cardiovascular Associates, 1964-1970. Director emergency services Western Ohio Emergency Medical Services, Dayton, 1970-1973.

Director ambulatory services Good Samaritan Hospital, 1973-1983. Vice president administration professional Therapeutic Services, Inc., 1983-1984. President Health Consultant, 1984-1991.

Senior vice president Professional Therapeutic Services, Inc., since 1991. Chairman Western Ohio Emergency Medical Services Board, l970-73. Vice chairman paramedic advisory board Ohio Board Regents, l980-84.

Clinical instructor Wright State University School Medicine, Dayton, l982—. Guest lecturer graduate program Xavier University, Cincinnati.


Vice chairman American Heart Association, Dayton, l962-68. Member Critical Care Nursing Association (chairman Dayton l969-70), Council on Geriatrics, Miami Valley Country Club.


  • Other Interests

    Golf, swimming, reading.


Married Frederick David Miller, June 27, 1969. Children: Stephen Alan Hines, Diane Hines Spaulding, Janet Le Knostman.