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Zillacus returned to Finland in 1918, and died in a nursing home in Helsinki. In his final days, he wrote memoirs of his underground activities, as well as a cookbook.

… the head of a nursing squad, assistant physician and eventually doctor-in-charge during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) and throughout the Chinese Civil War. After the civil war he studied medicine at the Second Military Medical…

Zhongkun leaves his home secretly, without Zijing’s knowledge, the next day. He settles down in a nursing home where he is reconciled with Zhonghui, who tells him that he was now part of their family. Kaiwang meets with Zhongkun and arranges for Zijing to send him and Zhongmin off to the airport.

Zev confronts the first Rudy Kurlander, a German veteran of World War II, in his home, but this Kurlander proves that he served in the North African Campaign under Erwin Rommel, and was never near Auschwitz. Zev finds the second Rudy Kurlander in a nursing home in Canada, but he turns out to have been a prisoner in Auschwitz, sent there as a homosexual.

Zehra Bilir died on June 28, 2007 at the age 94 years in a nursing home. She is buried in Zincirlikuyu Cemetery.

… opportunities to go to Gayaza High School and thereafter to Mengo Hospital Nursing School, from where she graduated as a Nursing Officer. One of their children, Lucy Nakakande Walusimbi, excelled at her nursing carrier and was honored by Queen Elizabeth II for her exemplary service to the world in over 28 countries, worldwide.

Zeamer died in a nursing home at age 88. At the time of his death, he was the last living Medal of Honor recipient of the Army Air Forces. Zeamer’s funeral was held on May 11, 2007, with a burial at Arlington National Cemetery. The governor of Maine, John Baldacci, ordered that flags in the state be flown at half-staff on the day of the funeral.

… dropout who worked as a maid before returning to school at night to get her diploma and a nursing license, which led to a career in the medical profession.

Young was also particularly interested in tsetse fly research. In 1923 he spent six months living and working at a tsetse research station at Sherifuri, Nigeria, accompanied by his wife, a nursing sister. To reach the field camp they set…

Yegorova married Prince Nikita Sergeievitch Troubetzkoy (b. 1877) on 1 November 1917. Both her son and husband died and she lost her fortune through mismanagement. She died in a nursing home in Paris in 1972.

… finding nothing, instead decides to interrogate Ben Parker’s widow, May Parker, who now resides in a nursing home. The Burglar partners with the nursing home’s owner and head doctor Ludwig Rinehart, who is actually the supervillain…

… strained relationships with their respective mothers. Esther dies but has left a memoir of her experiences in the camp with her daughter, Sarah. Apollonia (Juli Erickson) is confined to a nursing home and, though Maria tries her best to care or…

Years later on season one of the show, Livia causes problems for Tony as revenge for putting her in a nursing home and putting her house up for sale. This accumulates to Tony almost getting killed on two occasions. Tony narrowly avoids…

Yamashiro was admitted to a nursing home in Machida, western Tokyo, for treatment of diabetes. He died of pneumonia at said nursing home on August 12, 2009, at the age of 70.

Ya Si’s grandmother. She lives in a nursing home called “Healthy Life Manor House” and is Ya Si’s only relative. She likes Andy Lau and should be his oldest fan. She favors Ya Si’s younger twin brother, Ya Jun and holds resentment towards…

… president of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland from 1941 to 1943. Duckworth was the last surviving member of the Anatomical Society to have been elected in the 1800s. Duckworth lived for exactly one year after his wife, dying at a nursing home in Cambridge.

… leader in seeking to found a nursing school at Duke University. Wyche retired in 1925, and moved into her family home near Henderson. She wrote a book on nursing history called The History of Nursing in North Carolina which was published two…

Wound, ostomy and continence nursing is a nursing tri-specialty involved with the treatment of patients with acute and chronic wounds, patients with an ostomy (those who have had some kind of bowel or bladder diversion), and patients with…

Woods died on January 22, 2005, at McCrea Manor, a nursing home in Alliance, Ohio. A memorial service was held at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California.

Woodling died in a nursing home in Wadsworth, Ohio. His biggest contribution to baseball may have come off the field. He worked to help bring a pension fund for major league players.

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