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McDERMOTT – Alice Louise (Wheeling) Gardner of McDermott Ohio went home to be with her lord and savior on July 30, 2022.

Alice was born to Raymond Allen Wheeling Sr. and Mildred Elizabeth Alexander Wheeling who both preceded her in death.

Also preceding her in death was the love of her life, her husband, Paul Gardner.

Their marriage was blessed with two daughters, Robyn (Brian) Moore of Lafayette, IN and Susan (Rick) Bueter of Westerville, OH.

Alice was a long time nurse and a graduate of Ohio University BSN program. She was employed by Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth Ohio for more than 26 years as a RN.

Over the years, Alice enjoyed quilting, sewing, crocheting and working in the garden. She often could be found playing

piano and singing as part of her church’s worship team. She had a generous heart and helped people whenever she could.

Alice is survived by her two daughters Robyn and Susan, her grandchildren BG (Yalana) Moore, Cheria Moore, Jacob Bueter and Emily Bueter. She is also survived by her sister Donna Penn and several nieces and nephews.

Along with her parents and her husband, Alice was preceded in death by her twin sister Agnes Wheeling, sisters Jean Huffenberger, Grace Wheeling, Nancy Taylor, and Virginia Geus. Three brothers, Bill Wheeling, Lee Wheeling and Raymond Allen Wheeling Jr.

The family honored Alice with a private graveside service at Smith Hill Cemetery in Pike county.

The family requests those who wish to express sympathy or to honor Alice’s memory to consider making a donation in her name to :

Kobacker House,

800 McConnell Dr

Columbus, Ohio 43214

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Out-of-State Doctors Apply for Ohio Licensure on Laws First Day

by J.D. Davidson

 

Doctors from across state lines have begun applying to work in Ohio, which entered the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact last year.

The state received 15 applications from doctors in seven states Tuesday, the first day applications were accepted.

“It is so exciting to see Ohioans will soon realize real world benefits from this legislation,” said state Sen. Kristina Roegner, R-Hudson. “Thanks to the hard work of the individuals at the state medical board, Ohio met its target date of August 2nd to begin taking applications for Compact licenses. The first applications from out-of-state doctors to practice in Ohio were submitted on Day 1. It is satisfying to know that this bill is directly benefiting health care professionals and the patients they serve.”

With the addition of Ohio, the Compact includes more than 30 states, the District of Columbia, and the territory of Guam. It is an agreement to streamline the licensing process for physicians who want to practice in multiple states.

Applications came from two doctors in Illinois, as well as doctors in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Montana and Washington.

Roegner also sponsored a law that involves Ohio in a nursing compact and a bill that would reduce business license red tape.

The House and Senate each passed versions of bills that would adopt universal occupational license recognition in June.

House Bill 203 and Senate Bill 131 each would reform occupational licensing and remove regulations, and they would allow people who hold a license in good standing in their state to receive reciprocity in Ohio.

The House bill received opposition from construction and building groups, as well as the Ohio Funeral Directors Association, which raised concerns about relaxing the state’s requirements and service provided to customers.

Roegner said the bills would promote economic growth throughout the state and give Ohio more skilled workers.

“This bill recognizes that workers licensed in other states do not lose their skill sets when they move to Ohio,” Roegner said. “Arizona and Pennsylvania have already recognized this. It’s time for Ohio to do so as well.”

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An Ohio native, J.D. Davidson is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years of experience in newspapers in Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and Texas. He has served as a reporter, editor, managing editor and publisher. Davidson is a regional editor for The Center Square. 

 

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