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April 18, 2009
Sheryl Graham Monkemeyer, 46, of Newtown Square, a nurse, died of Huntington's disease, an incurable neurodegenerative disorder, April 6 at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Mrs. Monkemeyer grew up in Newtown Square. While attending Marple Newtown High School, she volunteered with the Newtown Square Ambulance Service and at Bryn Mawr Hospital. After earning a bachelor's degree in nursing from Villanova University, she was a nurse at Dunwoody Village in Newtown Square, Manor Care in Yeadon, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, and Cooper Hospital in Camden.
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December 4, 1998 | By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Maria A. Flavin Corman, 70, who volunteered her services as a Catholic school nurse for more than a quarter of a century, died Monday at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center in Philadelphia after a five-year battle with multiple myeloma, a bone cancer. Mrs. Corman had lived in Barrington for more than 35 years. She was born in Philadelphia and raised in Delaware County. Mrs. Corman was a nurse at St. Francis de Sales Regional Catholic School in Barrington for 27 years until her illness forced her to stop in October.
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August 28, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sinise Gould, a nurse's aide, had been taking care of Stella Luba Van Lingen for the last four years. But Mrs. Van Lingen helped Gould during those years, too. "She pushed me a lot, to do better for myself," Gould said from the Mechanicsburg, Pa., home of a Van Lingen daughter, Mia Oberosler. Mrs. Van Lingen and Gould moved there this year from Mount Laurel, where Mrs. Van Lingen had lived since the late 1990s. "She wanted me to further my education," Gould said of Mrs. Van Lingen.
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July 20, 2012 | By John F. Morrison and Daily News Staff Writer
SEA ISLE CITY is a pleasant vacation spot with warm sands and inviting surf. But that's summer. How about winter, when the surf is still surging, but in temperatures often below freezing?   Thomas Campbell enjoyed both. Every year he would revel in the summer fun at the Jersey Shore resort and come February, he would be among the hearty souls dancing in the frigid surf in the annual Polar Bear Plunge off the 40th Street beach. Tom had a zest for life that wouldn't quit. He was also an enthusiastic participant in the annual "Running of the Santas" in Philly, in which several hundred people garbed in Santa Claus costumes, or dressed as reindeer, elves and other imaginative creatures run through the streets.
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May 8, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mary Kay Gibbons, 76, of Philadelphia, a nurse and lifelong caregiver for friends, neighbors and family, died Sunday, May 3, of cancer at home. Mrs. Gibbons, whose maiden name was Kearney, was at various times a working nurse, corporate nurse, and visitor to the sick and homebound. Her family, though, joked that she also practiced "whole listic" nursing - as she had a whole list of remedies from a lifetime of experience. She could recommend an herbal product or over-the-counter item for whatever was ailing anyone.
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November 2, 1991 | By Tia Swanson, Special to The Inquirer
Death came to the tiny seaside hamlet of West Wildwood on Halloween at high tide, just as the town, home to 450 year-round residents, was suffering from its worst drenching in decades. Visiting nurse Katie Hogan was called on to pronounce the death. The victim, a 70-year-old woman suffering from lung cancer, had been a hospice patient under the care of the Visiting Nurse Association. Hogan was one of her nurses. As Hogan set out from her office in Rio Grande, five miles inland, all the bridges to the Wildwoods - save one - were closed.
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April 22, 1999 | By Stacey Burling, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A former research nurse at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center who filed a lawsuit under the Whisteblower Protection Act has won her case, her lawyer, Gloria Gilman, said yesterday. Joan Pastor, 40, a registered nurse who worked in a heart research program at the medical center, contended she was fired after she told federal agencies that the hospital failed to go through proper channels in approving a study that exposed patients to radiation and downplayed how much radiation patients would receive from diagnostic tests during the study.
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December 23, 1990 | By John P. Martin, Special to The Inquirer
A hospital nurse who was exposed to the AIDS virus when she stuck herself with a needle has sued a fellow nurse for negligence, contending her colleague failed to properly dispose of the needle. In the lawsuit, filed Wednesday in Bucks County Court, Mary I. Schwartz and her husband, Samuel, of the 9700 block of Millcreek Road in Levittown, are seeking more than $40,000 in damages from Donna Kutsmeda, of the 900 block of Weber Drive in Yardley. According to the suit, Schwartz and Kutsmeda both worked as registered nurses at Delaware Valley Medical Center in Langhorne when the incident occurred Aug. 8. Kutsmeda's shift ended at 11 p.m., when Schwartz's began.
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November 18, 2010
Patricia V. McKee Dawson, 65, a nurse and Girl Scout leader, died of cardiac arrhythmia Saturday, Nov. 13, at home. A native of Long Island, N.Y., Mrs. Dawson had polio when she was 4 but recovered with no disability. She graduated from the Misericordia Hospital School of Nursing in the Bronx, N.Y., and was an operating room nurse in New York hospitals and at Chester County Hospital. She was then a stay-at-home mom until the late 1970s, when she returned to nursing, assisting in physicians' offices at Paoli Memorial Hospital.
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April 11, 1991 | By Lillian Micko, Special to The Inquirer
Flags flew. A band played. Children wore red, white and blue. And Susan Merrill, the nurse at Thomas Paine Elementary School in Cherry Hill, smiled broadly amid the hoopla that was accorded her return Monday from two months of duty in Operation Desert Storm. A lieutenant commander in the Naval Reserve, the 39-year-old nurse parted company with her job, husband and four children in January for duty at a military hospital in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. She returned to her home March 27, but Monday was her first day back at work.
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