Daytonite has passed away... - Page 23Register Today!
- Apr 24, '11 by donsterRNI have such difficulty believing it's been a year.
You know, Joyce would have been so humbled and grateful to know of the impact she made on the education and the careers of so many of us here at AN. I personally have benefitted greatly in my career because she made difficult topics understandable. She had such an interest in the people she helped, and she cared deeply about the profession of nursing as well as those who chose to pursue it. She was a treasure here, and I know she's missed deeply by so many.
- May 2, '11 by classicdameHope he misses the lecture on assessment, as I would like to get in under the radar
Thank you, Daytonite, for blessing so many lives
- Jun 30, '11 by Roy FokkerRest In Peace, Joyce Wagner (aka Daytonite)
You touched so many lives. You helped many a flagging spirit.
And through your untiring efforts, you've helped many a soul take a glimpse at what it means to be a nurse.
O Rest in Peace, Joyce Wagner! We mourn your passing.
We despair at losing you.
But we cherish the memories. The tales. The posts!
O Rest in Peace now, Joyce Wagner!
Your presence and your contributions shall not be forgotten.
Please continue to watch over us 'scared stiff nursing students'...
... may you be blessed with eternal grace.
- Oct 18, '11 by alodociosi printed out so many of her posts and saved them, reread them all through LPN schooling and as i started my RNschooling, didn't know she passed away, what a talent, what a heart for nursing and for helping, she has helped so many students and baby nurses grow and fly, i just printed something of hers today, so surprised by this finding, RIP our angel nurse.