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Mary Kathleen Meek Seeger
School of Nursing

Mary Kathleen Meek Seeger, M.S., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Neuropsychiatric Nursing) and Psychiatric Nurse

B.S.N., Ohio State University, 1959; M.S., University of Michigan, 1964.

Instructor in nursing (Neuropsychiatric Nursing), University of Michigan School of Nursing and psychiatric nurse, University of Michigan, 1964-1966; nurse manager, Harding Hospital, working with severely disturbed adolescents; clinical nurse specialist, Veterans Administration Clinic, Mental Health, Addictions Division, Columbus, Ohio.

Mary Kathleen Meek, born in 1938, graduated from high school in Grandview Heights, Ohio in 1955. As an instructor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing she was known as M. Kathleen Seeger.