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Patricia Lucille Stewart, American nurse, army officer. Decorated Army Achievement medal, Army Commendation medal with two oak leaf clusters, Meritorious Service medal with one oak leaf cluster. Member of American Hospital Association, Texas Hospital Association.


Stewart, Patricia Lucille was born on December 31, 1946 in Terre Haute, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Etzell L. and Virginia Pearl (Ripple) Stewart.


Diploma, St. Anthony Hospital School Nursing, 1967. Bachelor of science in nursing, Loretta Heights College, 1972. Master in Hospital Administration, Baylor University, 1977.


Commissioned 2nd lieutenant Nurse Corps, United States Army, 1967, advanced through grades to lieutenant colonel, 1985. Staff nurse Fort Bragg Hospital, North Carolina, 1967—1968, Vietnam, 1968—1969. Head nurse, supervisor department clinics Germany, 1972—1974.

Special projects officer department nursing Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1974—1975. Nursing methods analyst, computer project officer William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, 1977—1981. Assistant chief department nursing Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, 1981—1982.

Chief functional branch and computer project contracting officer Health Services Command, Fort Sam Houston, 1982—1986. Chief nursing methods branch and medical expense performance reporting branch Dwight D. Eisenhower Medical Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, since 1986. Operational test director Composite Health Care Systems Office Secretary Defense, Washington, since 1987.

Evening charge nurse Porter Memorial Hospital, Denver, 1969—1970.


God gives us the Holy Spirit, and when we respond, there is no limit to what the grace of God is able to do in a human life.


A member of a Christian Church should support all social initiatives having a purpose to maintain and strengthen well-being and progress of the whole community and its members.


True marriage can be only between a man and a woman. Marriage is the most sacred and basic of societal units.


Member of American Hospital Association, Texas Hospital Association.