Nutritionist, Maine Women's Hall of Fame Member Katherine Musgrave Dies

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Nutritionist, Maine Women's Hall of Fame Member Katherine Musgrave Dies


McCrea, Nick, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


ORONO, Maine -- Katherine Ogilvie Musgrave, a respected professor and nutritionist viewed as a mentor by many in the field, died this past weekend. She was 95.

Musgrave, an Orono resident, started teaching at UMaine as an assistant professor in 1969.

University of Maine President Susan Hunter on Monday called Musgrave "one of the stalwarts of the University of Maine faculty -- the consummate teacher, both in the classroom and in distance education, and the untiring human nutrition education researcher and advocate."

UMaine awarded Musgrave an honorary doctorate of science in 2006. In 2002, she was presented the New England University Continuing Education Association Faculty Member of the Year Award.

Barbara Frey, a dietitian at Eastern Maine Medical Center, took classes from Musgrave early on in her teaching career, and she later shared an office with her while pursuing a master's degree in the early 1970s.

"She was very, very well thought of by the entire profession and served as a role model and a mentor for the majority of dieticians in the state," Frey said during an interview Monday.

More than that, Musgrave was known across the nation for her many leadership roles and awards in the dietetic field, according to Frey. Those included recognitions from the American Dietetic Association, Maine Nutrition Council, Maine Dietetic Association and the former American Home Economics Association. She also served in leadership roles at the Maine Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

"There's no one in this field in the entire country that hasn't heard of Katherine Musgrave," Frey said. …

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