Teri T. Bates; pediatric nurse practitioner track; Okemos, MI.

Pamela J. Bennett; nursing administration track; Bountiful, UT

Kathleen Cosby (BS ’91); pediatric nurse practitioner track; Salt Lake City, UT.

Charlene Cowley CPNP; pediatric nurse practitioner track; pediatric nursing instructor, Pima Community College; Vail, AZ. Charlene practiced as a pain management PNP until 2009 and is a past president of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing. She loves to read. She lives with her father and her doberman pinscher named Princess. She lives close to her brothers and their families. She is enjoying the second generation of nieces and nephews.

I practiced as a pain management PNP until 2009. It was a very rewarding career. Now I have the opportunity to incorporate my pediatric knowledge into teaching first year nursing students.

Joylyn Cluny FNP; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Granger Medical Clinic; South Jordan, UT.

Susan P. Ferguson; family nurse practitioner track. Susan spent most of her career as a rural nurse, later becoming a nursing instructor and serving as director of the Snow College South Allied Health Department. She is remembered for her attitude of service and for going above and beyond to provide better care and comfort her patients. Susan died May 2003.

Bonnie L. Jacklin RN; family nurse practitioner track; chief nursing officer, North Region Intermountain Healthcare (IHC); Ogden, UT.

Nancy V. Lowery; family nurse practitioner track; Gilbert, AZ.

Cristy Meacham Morrow ARNP, PhD; family nurse practitioner track; emergency department NP, Clarinda Regional Health Center; Shenandoah, IA. Cristy received a PhD in Philosophy, and has been a preceptor for multiple NP schools as well as a trauma coordinator. She feels college education is extremely important. One of her favorite quotes is from John Wayne: “Life is tough, but it’s tougher if you’re stupid.”

I received an excellent nurse practitioner education which helped prepare me for clinical practice.

Rebecca S. Rasmusson (AS ’79); family nurse practitioner track; assistant professor of nursing, Southern Utah University (SUU); Parowan, UT. Rebecca is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) and the Golden Key National Honor Society (GK).

Robert S. Spencer; family nurse practitioner track; FNP-C, retired COR USNR; Provo, UT.

Attending BYU was a marvelous opportunity allowing me to pursue my professional goals, my love of service, and to provide for my family.

Wayne T. Watson (AS ’79, BS ’83); nursing administration track; former assistant vice president, electronic clinical information management and chief nursing information officer, Intermountain Healthcare (IHC); Orem, UT. Wayne is currently serving as the president of the Finland Helsinki Mission. He and his wife Luana have six children.

Kay C. Whittaker (BS ’90); family nurse practitioner track; Spanish Fork, UT.

Bradley D. Workman (BS ’89) APRN; NP, Salt Lake Behavioral Health; West Jordan, UT. Bradley did his postgraduate work at the University of Utah.

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