Tribbeck (nee Protti), Victoria Louise (1915- 2004)
- See Pages of History Fonds 18, Series 3, Subseries 9, File 2
Victoria Protti was born in Pocahontas, Alberta. Because her parents both died when she was two, she was raised in a convent. She received her RN from the Edmonton General Hospital in 1938. She also received a Teaching and Supervision certificate from McGill in 1948, and a BSCN from the University of Alberta in 1965. She worked at a number of hospitals in Alberta, and instructed at Edmonton General Hospital. From 1955 to 1959 she was Assistant Director of Nursing at the Children’s Hospital in Vancouver.
Bernadet Ratsoy described Victoria as a mentor and innovator, who risked the repercussions of standing up to doctors whose work was poor. She spent the latter years of her life in her White Rock home.
Contents of Biographical File
- Biographical Information Profile
- Biographical release form
- Letter from Benadet Ratsoy to Jill Thompson, August 14, 2001.
- Letter from Tribbeck to Bernadet Ratsoy, January 24, 2001.
- Letter from Glennis Zilm to Ethel Warbinek, December 15, 2001.
- Two photographs