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The bus driver would nudge her awake at her stop, her sister said. She was called to serve in Korea as a second lieutenant in the 171st Evacuation Unit in Taegu, according to her family. Betz obtained her bachelor’s from Temple University, and she attended Duke University, where she received a master’s in medical-surgical nursing.
Although she had seen terrible things in combat zones, her sister said, she rarely talked about the bad, and she always remained loyal to the Army that had become her extended family. Betz knew she wanted to be a nurse and to attend Jefferson College of Nursing in Philadelphia, which she considered the best program in the region.
One of six girls, the family had little money, her sister said.
She carried her attention to detail with her while working at various military hospitals, which included one in Regensburg, Germany, the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, and Fort Sam Houston Army Hospital, where she spent three years as director of the Army Corps’ basic course that trained thousands of nurses who served in Vietnam.
She also worked in the Surgeon General’s Office at the Pentagon from 1970 to 1973. She will be buried with full military honors Friday, Aug.