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Margery Miller-MonDragon

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Margery I (Thomas) Miller-MonDragon (1953) was born and raised in Kennedy Township located west of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a thirty five year veteran of the medical community, spending most of it as a hands on nurse. She began her medical career serving the sick, elderly and terminally ill and has spent many years acknowledging the medical, ethical and legal issues surrounding healthcare.

In later years, Marg taught medical paraprofessionals and wrote curriculum for the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Division of Private Licensed Schools. She is the author of thirteen, Associate in Specialized Business Degree Programs, numerous news articles and the television documentary, “School to Work, A Modern Day Dilemma.” In 1998 she pu
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Margery Miller-MonDragon As a nurse, I was only able to help one person at a time and while I found it rewarding and valuable, teaching allowed me to reach many more. Then wri…moreAs a nurse, I was only able to help one person at a time and while I found it rewarding and valuable, teaching allowed me to reach many more. Then writing curriculum allowed me to touch hundreds of lives. For me, writing is a way to expand knowledge, to open minds and to create unity for a cause. If I can accomplish that … I am and will eternally be grateful!(less)
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