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educator , Physician , academic adiministrator

Suzanne Eggleston Dandoy, American Physician, academic adiministrator, educator. Diplomate: American Board Preventive Medicine. Recipient award Arizona Dietetic Association, 1976; award Maricopa County Medical Society, 1980.


Dandoy, Suzanne Eggleston was born on January 2, 1935 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Leonard Lester and Catherine (Wheelwright) Eggleston.


Bachelor, University of California at Los Angeles, 1956. Doctor of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles, 1960. Master in Public Health, University of California at Los Angeles, 1963.


Intern,, Los Angeles Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, California, 1960-1961; resident, Los Angeles Health Department, 1961-1962, 63-64; epidemiologist, San Diego Department Public Health, 1967-1968; bureau chief, Arizona Department Health Service, Phoenix, 1970-1972; assistant commissioner, Arizona Department Health Service, 1973-1974; assistant director, Arizona Department Health Service, 1974-1975; director, Arizona Department Health Service, 1975-1980; professor health administration, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1981-1985; executive director, Utah Department Health, Salt Lake City, 1985-1992; deputy commissioner, Virginia Department Health, Richmond, 1992-1994; director, Virginia Beach Health Department, 1994-1997; director public health graduate program, professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School, since 1997. Adjunct Professor U. Utah. Board directors Public Health Foundation.


  • Diplomate: American Board Preventive Medicine.


  • Other Work

    • Chair editorial board American Journal Public Health. Contributor articles to professional journals. Member editorial board American Journal Preventive Medicine, 1996-1997.


Human beings get salvation both through the grace of God and their own actions. Part of the work of salvation has been done by the atonement of Jesus Christ, in that all human beings are guaranteed resurrection, but to attain the full quality of eternal life, human beings also have work to do.


Chair National Vaccine Advisory Committee, Department of Health and Human Services. Advisory committee on immunization practices Department of Health. President Utah Women's Forum.

Fellow American Public Health Association, American College Preventive Medicine (president 1991-1993, Distinguished Service award 1995). Member National Association County and City Health Officials, Association State Health Officers (president 1990-1991), National Council Graduate Program Directors in Preventive Medicine and Public Health (chair), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Omega.


Married Jeremiah Richard Dandoy, June 14, 1958. Children: Kevin, Bret, Jolyn.

Leonard Lester Eggleston

Catherine (Wheelwright) Eggleston

Jeremiah Richard Dandoy

Jolyn Dandoy

Kevin Dandoy

Bret Dandoy