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Martha Ann Krippner
School of Nursing

Martha Ann Krippner, B.S.N.Ed., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Nursing Arts)

Diploma, Ancker Hospital School of Nursing, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1942; B.S. in Nursing Education with high distinction, University of Minnesota, College of Education, 1948.

Instructor in Nursing, University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1949-1950. Krippner resigned from this position in August 1950.

Photo courtesy of Owatonna High School Museum, Owatonna, Minnesota, Juanita Drabek, curator. Krippner graduated with honors from Owatonna High School in 1939. She was married to Jackie Elmo Edgar in Kentucky in 1953.