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M. Lucille Ainsworth
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Birth: Nov. 13, 1915
Omemee
Bottineau County
North Dakota, USA
Death: Jan. 27, 2006

M. Lucille Ainsworth was born in Omemee, North Dakota, on November 13, 1915. She passed away from this earth on January 27, 2006.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, on October 31, 1977.
She graduated from Omemee, North Dakota High School in 1933, from Saint Andrew Hospital School of Nursing in North Dakota, and the North Dakota School of Forestry in Bottineau, North Dakota in 1936.
Her employment history includes, Surgical Nurse in the operating room at Swedish Hospital in Seattle for two years, and Surgical Nurse for an Oral Surgeon in Seattle for two years. Her further employment included Industrial Nurse in the shipyard in Seattle for three years, Obstetrical Nurse and Obstetrical Supervisor at Ballard and Swedish Hospitals for 14 years, and Director of Nursing Services at Stevens Hospital for 14 years.
The organizations and community services Lucille was involved with include; membership in the Order of the Eastern Star, past President of the Sno-King Soroptimist, Management Representative for Union Negotiations and past board member of the Seattle area Hospital Council. She was a member of a panel that presented US Health care in Kyoto, Japan, while touring healthcare facilities in Japan, taught R.N. refresher courses; and was elected Hospital District Commissioner, Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County (Stevens Hospital) and served in that capacity for 12 years. Additionally she served as a board member of Stevens Health Network, volunteered for the Senior Foot clinic, and was a Co-founder and first President of the Puget Sound Camera Club.
Lucille was an only child and has no family in the area, she did, however, enjoy a close relationship with relatives in Canada, California, and North Dakota.
She will be missed by her family members and her many friends.
Memorial services will held at 3:00 p.m., Thursday, February 9, 2006 at Stevens Hospital in the fourth floor auditorium.
Donations to Stevens Memorial Hospital Foundation, the Red Cross or charity of your choice.
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M. Lucille AINSWORTH Born in Omemee, North Dakota on October 13, 1915. She passed from this earth on January 27, 2006. She was preceded in death by husband, Bill on October 31, 1977. She graduated from Omemee High School, North Dakota in 1933 and from St. Andrews Hospital School of Nursing in North Dakota and the North Dakota School of Forestry Bottineau, North Dakota in 1936. Her employment history includes Surgical Nurse in the Operating Room at Swedish Hospital, Seattle for 2 years and Surgical Nurse for an Oral Surgeon in Seattle for 2 years. Her further employment included Industrial Nurse in the shipyard in Seattle for 3 years, Obstetrical Nurse and Obstetrical Supervisor at Ballard and Swedish Hospitals for 14 years, and Director of Nursing Services at Stevens Hospital for 14 years. The organizations and community services Lucille was involved with include: membership in the Order of the Eastern Star, Past President of the Snow-King Soroptimist Management Representative for Union Negotiations and past board member of the Seattle Area Hospital Council. She was a member of a panel that presented the US Health care in Kyoto, Japan, while touring healthcare facilities in Japan, taught R.N. refresher courses; and was elected Hospital District Commissioner, Public Hospital District No. 2, Snohomish County (Stevens Hospital) and served in that capacity for 12 years. Additionally she served as a board member of Stevens Health Network, volunteered for the Senior Foot Clinic, and was a Co-Founder and first President of the Puget Sound Camera Club. Lucille was an only child and has no family in the area; she did, however, enjoy a close relationship with relatives in Canada, California and North Dakota. She will be missed by her family members and her many friends. Memorial Services will be held on February 9th at 3:00 p.m. at Stevens Hospital in the third floor auditorium. Donations to Stevens Memorial Hospital Foundation, the Red Cross or charity of your choice.
Published in The Seattle Times on February 2, 2006
 
 
Burial:
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.
 
Created by: Ang
Record added: Jul 21, 2012
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