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Dan Thomas

Dan Thomas

Dan Thomas was born in northwest Washington in 1956, and came to Alaska as a boy with his parents who were teachers and fishermen. When Dan was in ninth grade, they moved to Shishmaref, Alaska on the Seward Peninsula and he graduated from Nome-Beltz High School in Nome, Alaska. He has nursing and physician's assistant degrees and since 1991 has worked as a medical provider in Nome and Unalakleet and as a trainer and curriculum coordinator for the community health aide training center in Nome. Dan Thomas is currently the Training Center Coordinator for Norton Sound Health Corporation. He also plays mandolin with the local band "Landbridge Tollbooth."

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