Donna Louise McCuiston Cash
                                                                                                                                            


 














 

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Donna Louise McCuiston Cash

 

Birth: Dec. 28, 1948
Tulsa
Tulsa County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Jun. 8, 2013
Missouri, USA


Donna Cash died June 8, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri following a long illness.
Donna Louise McCuiston Cash was born in Tulsa, December 28, 1948, to Forest Don and Mary Louise McCuiston. She attended Will Rogers High School graduating in 1967. She received her RN from Hillcrest Medical Center and attended the University of Tulsa to complete her BS in nursing. Donna began her career at Hill crest and later worked at Doctors Hospital in the Emergency Room, a lifelong passion. Donna continued her career at St. John's Hospital where she was director of adult critical care, and worked with the national transplant network. She was instrumental in the development of dialysis centers, including the one at Pine and Harvard, near her childhood home. Donna then moved on to Denton regional medical Center in Texas where she was Executive Director of several units including ER, Cardiology and ICU. While she was in north Texas she named one of the top cardiology quick response programs in the nation. She was also instrumental in establishing a neighborhood clinic for low income families and worked to implement the plans for a new ER at the hospital.
She was a member of the Serpotomists of Kansas City, the KC Board of the American Heart Association, Order of the Eastern Star and gave her time to many volunteer organizations supporting pets in the Kansas City area.
Donna became director of Cardiology of North Kansas City Hospital in 2003, and served in that role for nine years.
She helped propel this program into one of the top noted cardiology programs in the city, and the state.
She was energetic, imaginative, innovative, and one of those very rare administrators who would always get things done. She was never afraid to take a stance.
She was admired and will be missed by the cardiologists and staff of North Kansas City Hospital.
Donna was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved dogs Hans the Astound, Levi the Springer Spaniel and Bolivar, the world's greatest Golden Retriever and she is survived by her Border Collie Rocky and many family member and friends. (Floral Haven)

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