Ursuline College Alumnus Promoted to the Rank of Brigadier General
October 15, 2010
Ursuline College alumnus, Ronald Dziedzicki ’81, Chief Support Services Officer for UH Case Medical Center, has been promoted to the rank of Brigadier General effective October 9, 2010. He will be assigned as a Deputy Commanding General for the 3rd Medical Deployment Support Command, Fort Gillem, GA.
“My nomination and confirmation to the Rank of Brigadier General demonstrates the achievement of a significant career goal and my drive to continue to move forward in my military career. This achievement also reflects the values that I live each and every day, loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage. These values are and continue to be a vital element of my success,” stated Dziedzicki.
Dziedzicki has 26 years of service to the United States Army Reserves and is currently serving as commander, 307th Medical Group, Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Ursuline in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and received his Master of Business Administration in 1992 from John Carroll University.
“My education at Ursuline set a foundation that allowed me to continually shape my vision in an ever-changing world thus assisting me in achievement of my career goals,” said Dziedzicki.
As an active alumni and member of the Ursuline community, Dziedzicki has served on the alumnae board from 2004 – 2008. He has also hosted four University Hospital Nursing Alumni receptions for the College in an effort to bridge the gap between the hospital and nursing students.
A private, Catholic, liberal arts college founded in 1871, Ursuline College is the only women-focused college in Ohio. Ursuline offers 30 undergraduate majors and nine graduate programs.
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