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Richard Fletcher, 76, was in his mobile home in Polk County, when a huge tree crashed through the roof.
His death has been classified as weather-related by an investigator for the county medical examiner.
“I said, ‘I can do that.’ I went and gave blood and I’ve been donating ever since.” Roger has gone far beyond his original goal. It kind of ran in the family.” However, she is the middle child and only nurse of three sisters that grew up in rural Farmersville.
His 104 Marilyn Staker has been with Community Blood Center from the ground up. (Her siblings are Carolyn and Doris; Carolyn is the CBC Middletown account representative).
She graduated from nursing school in 1966 and went to work at the newly formed CBC, housed in the basement of the Fidelity Building. Born to be a nurse Why did Marilyn choose to become a nurse? She went from Farmersville High School to the Dayton School of Practical Nursing.
In her 38 years at CBC she has seen the organization, grow, change, reinvent and thrive. In September of 1964 CBC had just established itself with a handful of employees in the Fidelity Building, where many doctors and Medical Society specialists worked.
When she graduated in 1966, she heard “They might be hiring nurses.” Getting in on the ground floor “I talked to Mike Barlow, the director at that time,” said Marilyn.