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Rosemary Ellen McColgan Hamilton
School of Nursing

Rosemary Ellen McColgan Hamilton, M.S.N., R.N., Assistant Professor of Nursing

B.S.N., Boston College, 1966; M.S.N., Wayne State University about 1968 or 1969.

Instructor in Nursing (Public Health Nursing) 1970-1971 (starting in January 1970), Assistant Professor of Nursing 1971-1972, University of Michigan School of Nursing.

Rosemary Ellen McColgan, daughter of Edward X. McColgan and Rose A. Doherty McColgan of Dorchester, a neighborhood of Boston, was married to Robert Lawrence Hamilton of Ann Arbor in 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. After a brief stay in Ann Arbor, the Hamiltons made their permanent home in Manchester, Michigan. Rosemary Hamilton died in Cincinnati, Ohio in June 2020 at age 75.