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Janice Salamon Mooney

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Jan was a professor of mine at Radford University and taught my pediatrics class and clinical and was an amazing woman. She was a wealth of knowledge and was such a legend at RU. I was so inspired by her and am deeply saddened by the news. Her passion for nursing lives on in those that she taught. Thinking and praying for the family and those she touched.

I'm so sad to learn that this wonderful person is gone from us. Jan inspired many young nurses to consider the whole patient and give the best care possible. I loved working with her when she brought students to the Pediatric unit at CRMH. She always gave and expected the best. She will be greatly missed.

I'm shocked and so very sorry to hear of Janice's death. We taught for several years at Marymount University. She was a lovely person and a valued colleague. She will be missed.

I worked with Jan for the past 4 years at Radford University School of Nursing until I left in October and was saddened by the news of her illness and death. She was such a wonderful woman and inspiration. She loved what she did, and was wonderful to be around. I know that the students were very fond of her. She will be greatly missed.

Janice was such a good human being as well as a valued colleague when I worked with her a decade ago.

I was so sorry to hear about Jan's death. I enjoyed teaching with her at RU and most recently seeing her at the 40th year anniversary for the School of Nursing. She was a compassionate person and a wonderful pediatric nurse.

I am saddened to hear about her passing.

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Janice Salamon Mooney, 67, of Roanoke, died Sunday, September 1, 2013, following a brief illness. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and was the daughter of Adam and Caroline Salamon. She is survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Paul and Gerry Salamon, of Parma, Ohio, and by her extended...

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