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Following graduation from MHS, I moved to Detroit in September of 1961 and began working at Henry Ford Hospital which started my career in health care. I continued to work along with going to Madonna College where I completed my Bachelor of Social Work and on to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, to complete my Master of Social Work with my concentration in Clinical Social Work. I began working at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, while completing my Masters. My passion and work has always been in the Critical Care, ER, Trauma, Crisis and Grief counseling field along with teaching the Critical Care Nursing Staff. I also maintained a part-time private practice in Rochester and Royal Oak. Ten years later I transferred to Beaumont, Troy, where I developed and directed the Employee Assistance Program until my retirement in 2006. I married Jim in 1971 and an added bonus was becoming mom to Jim, Jr. who was 9 years old at the time. Jim was a widower and Jim, Jr. lost his mom at an early age. We did not have children and I have always considered having Jim Jr. in my life a real blessing, nothing happens by chance! Jim was a Detroit Fire Fighter when we married. During his fire fighting years he went on to complete his Masters at U.of M. in Clinical Social Work with several Post Graduate degrees in Addictions and CISD (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing). He maintains a part-time private practice in Troy where he continues his addiction counseling and debriefing work. Jim, Jr. is an engineer and lived in Japan for 10 years. We have a lovely Japanese daughter-in-law, Yuko and a beautiful 8 yr. old grandson, Kyle. We wish they were closer, however, we enjoy all our visits in CO, MI and FL. I retired from William Beaumont Hospital in 2006 and Jim retired as a Chief of the Detroit Fire Department in 1994. Since retirement, we spend January - May in Naples, FL. We enjoy golfing, tennis, most outdoor sports, beach bumming-my most favorite!!! We spend at least 6 weeks or more during the summer months at the Homestead in Glen Arbor on Lake Michigan. We have been enjoying this beautiful beach for almost 40 years. I call this God’s country! Where have all the years gone, our memorable Redskin days. I am sorry for the loss of our classmates and spouses/partners, many much too soon. Thanks to Bette and all others for your efforts with this Reunion.
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