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January 19, 2013

NTMC nurse honored for service

— Since March 10, 1980, Deborah Walterscheid could be seen in some capacity at the local hospital.  From working as a registered nurse on the medical/OB units to her most recent position in Utilization Review, Deb has been working for the patients of Cooke County for nearly three decades. On Jan. 18, just seven weeks short of her 30th year, Deb made her last rounds at North Texas Medical Center.  She was honored with a reception hosted by NTMC on Jan. 17. Pictured is Deborah Walterscheid, right, presented an engraved crystal obelisk honoring her service by NTMC CEO Randy Bacus.

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