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Deborah Ann Alles Dunstone
School of Nursing

Deborah Ann Alles Dunstone, B.S.N., R.N., Clinical Instructor in Nursing (Fundamentals)

B.S.N., University of Indiana School of Nursing, 1969.

Intensive care nursing, Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1969-1970; Clinical Instructor in Nursing (Fundamentals) 1971-1972, Lecturer in Nursing 1972-1973, University of Michigan School of Nursing.

Deborah Ann Alles, daughter of James E. Alles and Mary Ann Schuetter Alles, was married to David Carter Dunstone, a graduate of the University of Michigan and a senior at Indiana University School of Medicine, in April 1970 at Jasper, Indiana. Dr. David Dunstone took his internship in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1970 and began a residency in psychiatry at University of Michigan in 1971. In 1997 Dr. Dunstone, then a clinical assistant professor at Michigan State University-Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, was elected president of the Kalamazoo Academy of Medicine. In 1997 Deborah Dunstone was a college health nurse at Western Michigan University. The Dunstones made their home in Kalamazoo, Michigan.