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Loretta Marjorie Stewart Bust
School of Nursing

Loretta Marjorie Stewart Bust, B.S., Instructor in Nursing (Dietetics)

Instructor in Nursing (Dietetics), University of Michigan School of Nursing, November 16, 1946 to July 1949. She resigned from this position because of a change in her husband’s position and their leaving Ann Arbor.

Mrs. Bust was honored for her fifty years of service and membership in the American Dietetic Association at the annual meeting of the association in Washington, D.C., in 1992. She was involved with the Lansing (Michigan) Dietetic Association and Lansing Home Economics Club after her retirement.