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Moira Davison Reynolds, American writer. Certified medical technologist. Recipient President's award for Distinguished Citizenship Northern Michigan University, 1979; Michigan Council for Arts writer-in-residence, since 1980.

Background

Reynolds, Moira Davison was born on June 22, 1915 in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Parents American citizens. Daughter of Asa Francis and Marjorie Racy (Bolton) Davison.

Education

Bachelor, Dalhousie University, 1937. AM, Boston University, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1952.

Career

Medical technologist Quincy (Massachusetts) City Hospital, 1939-1942. Chief technologist Faulkner Hospital, Boston, 1942-1946. Research medical technologist Wayne University, Detroit, 1946-1948.

Member cancer research team Boston University, 1952-1962. Head laboratory department Porter Hospital, Middlebury, Vermont, 1963-1968. Freelance writer, since 1969.

Achievements

  • Certified medical technologist.

Works

Membership

Board directors Michigan division American Cancer Society, 1978-1983. Member health facilities and agencies advisory committee State of Michigan, 1980-1985. Trustee Peter White Public Library, Marquette, Michigan, 1983-1990.

Member American Association for Clinical Chemistry (president Northeast section 1957-1958), American Association Cancer Research, American Association of University Women (president Marquette branch 1989-1991), Zonta International (president Marquette club 1978-1979).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, afghan making, tennis.

Connections

Married Orland Bruce Reynolds, September 4, 1954(deceased October 2005). 1 child, Ronald Davison.

father:
Asa Francis Davison

mother:
Marjorie Racy (Bolton) Davison

spouse:
Orland Bruce Reynolds

child:
Ronald Davison Reynolds