When Becky Carter graduated as a new RN this year, her mom, Nancy Nafzinger, wanted her daughter to have something very special. Since Becky was following in the footsteps of her grandmother, Jean LaRue Wolfe Nafzinger, CHH ‘54, Nancy contacted members from the class of 1954 and asked them to send along stories from their nursing days with Jean. They created a book of memories for Becky, and a copy of this wonderful collection was donated to the Archives by Marie Zombro Duston, ‘54.
A Very Special Gift!
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