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Claire Anne Greisen
School of Nursing

Claire Anne Greisen, B.S.N., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Nursing Arts–Foundations)

B.S.N., Cornell University – New York Hospital School of Nursing, 1952.

Instructor in Nursing (Nursing Arts–Foundations) 1955-1957, University of Michigan School of Nursing. Greisen resigned from this position February 4, 1957.

Subsequently Greisen moved to Manhattan and joined the staff of New York Hospital. Later she moved to Vermont and was a school nurse for East Montpelier Elementary School and other local schools. Griesen was married to Loren James Lee Rivers, also a Cornellian, in Manhattan in 1960. She died in Vermont in 2013 at age 83.