from the song:
"San Francisco" sung by Miss Jeanette McDonald, (232kb)
Cable-Car Bell-Ringing Contest Winner: Ken Lunardi (412kb)
from San Francisco Cable Cars Website
As a San Francisco native, I have worked in and around that city nearly all my life. For several generations my family have been medical men and women. My interest grew from first aid training in the Boy Scouts, through Red Cross training, ambulance work, the early development days of Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics, and through nursing. I am a Registered Nurse and Certified Emergency Nurse who finds personal and professional satisfaction and challenges in providing emergency care .
My wife, Gail, has for years been a grower and exhibitor of roses, becoming a Consulting Rosarian to share that ability with others, then an Accredited Rose Judge for official shows of the American Rose Society. She has now been honored with selection as an American Rose Society "Master Rosarian"; one of the few to be first chosen for this new distinction. She also serves as the Webmaster of the Marin County Rose Society, a chapter of The American Rose Society, and is Webmaster for the Northern California Nevada Hawaii District of the American Rose Society. Marinrose.org was the fourth such page in the country to be established and has an excellent reputation. It features suggestions on choosing roses that do well in the area, timely advice for the current month on rose care, poems related to gardening and nature, the programs and benefits of the society, and some great links to other rose resources upon the Internet.
Our son, Scott, was graduated from University of California, Berkeley, in Anthropology. His excellent web pages feature a great deal of history. He is an accomplished genealogist who has published a book of family history far beyond what was previously known. His passion for film location is shown by his vast website of Film In America, and his career as a Location Scout for Hollywood feature films such as Mission Impossible III, Star Trek, television shows, and commercials.
Job title: I am an Emergency Nurse. My opinions as a professional may not represent or be endorsed by any employer or be in any way "official."
Key responsibilities: I carry out the entire range of duties of a a staff nurse in a hospital emergency department. I provide direct care for patients, support for their families, active co-management with physicians of the care provided, patient advocacy, and ensure care is provided in a safe environment in consonance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. I act as Charge Nurse, and support orientation and in-service training within the department.
Tom Trimble, RN
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