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William C. Nantz, American Hospital administrator. Avocations: racquetball, hunting, fishing. M C. Named to Outstanding Young American, 1970, Notable American of Bicentennial Era, 1976. Member American College Health Care Executives.


Nantz, William C. was born on December 11, 1935 in Mannford, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Floyd and Evelyn (Roop) Nantz.


Bachelor of Science, Oklahoma State University, 1959. Master of Science, University Arkansas, 1975.


Second in command Lieutenant, United States Air Force, 1959;advanced through grades lieutenant colonel, United States Air Force, 1981;hospital administrator, United States Air Force Hospital, Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base, Oklahoma, 1959-1961;hospital administrator, United States Air Force Hospital, Ankara, Turkey, 1961-1964;chief of inspection, TAC, Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina., 1964-1967;hospital administrator, United States Air Force Hospital, Tehran, Iran, 1967-1970;chief of administration, School Health Care Sciences, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, 1970-1972;hospital administrator, Air Force Base Hospital Athens, Greece, 1972-1975;assistant director medicine and education, Headquarters Aero Medical division Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, 1975-1979;commander, 2d aero medical square, Frankfurt, Federal Republic Germany, 1979-1983;director education and health care support, Headquarters Areo Medical division Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, 1983-1985;medical plans officer, Headquarters, Seoul, South Korea, 1985-1987;retired, United States Air Force, 1987;medical consultant, San Antonio, 1987-1989;executive vice president, Neurology Superior vena cava syndrome Inc./Neurentox International Inc., 1989-1992;administrator, Selma Medical Associations, Miami, Florida, 1992-1993;chief operating officer, Comty. Health of South Dade, Inc., Miami, since 1993.


Since a human being is the central factor in the plan of salvation, the Gospel must be taught, understood and accepted by him.


There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.


Loss, fear, grief or guilt may be weighing someone down. Never give up. Keep up with the search of truth in yourself and you will be awarded with the sense of happiness and joy you are looking for.


Member American College Health Care Executives.


  • Other Interests

    Racquetball, hunting, fishing.


Married Nellieree Knowles, January 23, 1960.