Dr. Milstead visits Historical Society


The Fayette County Historical Society was recently honored with a visit from Dr. Jeri Milstead. Dr. Milstead is one of the notable women of Fayette County, honored by the historical society. The display boards portraying this are available for viewing at the museum. Milstead grew up in Washington C.H. but currently lives in Dublin. Throughout her life, she gained a master’s degree in nursing from OSU and a PhD in political science from the University of Georgia. While she began a career as a staff nurse, she worked her way to being a faculty member and eventually to a Dean. She has four children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren she enjoys spending time with.

The Fayette County Historical Society was recently honored with a visit from Dr. Jeri Milstead. Dr. Milstead is one of the notable women of Fayette County, honored by the historical society. The display boards portraying this are available for viewing at the museum. Milstead grew up in Washington C.H. but currently lives in Dublin. Throughout her life, she gained a master’s degree in nursing from OSU and a PhD in political science from the University of Georgia. While she began a career as a staff nurse, she worked her way to being a faculty member and eventually to a Dean. She has four children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren she enjoys spending time with.


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The Fayette County Historical Society was recently honored with a visit from Dr. Jeri Milstead. Dr. Milstead is one of the notable women of Fayette County, honored by the historical society. The display boards portraying this are available for viewing at the museum. Milstead grew up in Washington C.H. but currently lives in Dublin. Throughout her life, she gained a master’s degree in nursing from OSU and a PhD in political science from the University of Georgia. While she began a career as a staff nurse, she worked her way to being a faculty member and eventually to a Dean. She has four children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren she enjoys spending time with.

The Fayette County Historical Society was recently honored with a visit from Dr. Jeri Milstead. Dr. Milstead is one of the notable women of Fayette County, honored by the historical society. The display boards portraying this are available for viewing at the museum. Milstead grew up in Washington C.H. but currently lives in Dublin. Throughout her life, she gained a master’s degree in nursing from OSU and a PhD in political science from the University of Georgia. While she began a career as a staff nurse, she worked her way to being a faculty member and eventually to a Dean. She has four children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren she enjoys spending time with.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/10/web1_milstead.jpgThe Fayette County Historical Society was recently honored with a visit from Dr. Jeri Milstead. Dr. Milstead is one of the notable women of Fayette County, honored by the historical society. The display boards portraying this are available for viewing at the museum. Milstead grew up in Washington C.H. but currently lives in Dublin. Throughout her life, she gained a master’s degree in nursing from OSU and a PhD in political science from the University of Georgia. While she began a career as a staff nurse, she worked her way to being a faculty member and eventually to a Dean. She has four children, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren she enjoys spending time with. Courtesy photo