Against the Wind: A Memoirby Mary E Matury Gibson
“In the spirit of her previous memoirs, Mary reveals her profound fortitude, perseverance, faith and inspiring optimism amidst her constant trials, including her own injuries and health problems. This is a must read for everyone, especially for baby boomers who may soon be facing their own needs for nursing and rehabilitation care.”
-Jack Murray, retired Editor of The Regional News, Freelance Writer
Mary E. Matury Gibson is a first-generation American born to Sicilian parents. She is the youngest of six children. Educated at Purdue University Calumet, she holds a degree in Industrial Environmental Psychology and Nursing/Nurse Practitioner degree. She has worked as a critical care staff nurse and Nurse Practitioner for more than fifty years. Mary has two adult daughters and five grandchildren. Mary resides in the southwest suburbs of Chicago and spends her retirement years writing about her life-long career in nursing and the historical changes in health care that have effected people in every walk of life.
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|Book Title||Against the Wind: A Memoir|
|Author||Mary E Matury Gibson|
|Date Published||June 08, 2020|