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Marjorie Leah Negele
School of Nursing

Marjorie Leah Negele, B.S.N., R.N., Clinical Instructor in Nursing (Pediatric Nursing)

B.S.N., University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1963; Master of Nursing Education, University of Pittsburgh, December 1967 (Major: Nursing Care of Children)

Staff nurse, University of Michigan Hospital, 1963-1964; clinical instructor in nursing (pediatric nursing), University of Michigan School of Nursing 1964-1965; instructor, Children’s Hospital, Akron, Ohio, 1965-1966; instructor, Illinois Central Community College, East Peoria, 1968; clinical nursing specialist, Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, 1978-1980; assistant professor, Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio, 1980-1987; assistant director of nursing education and development, Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, starting in 1987.

Marjorie Leah Negele, born in Cleveland, Ohio, was married to Walter William Hoffman, a graduate of Duquesne University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1968.