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Territory Manager

Phone: (949) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
I-Flow Corporation
20202 Windrow Drive
Lake Forest, California 92630
United States

Company Description: I-Flow Corporation (I-Flow) is engaged in designing, developing and marketing drug delivery systems and surgical products for post-surgical pain relief and surgical...   more
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • Greenwich High School
  • degree , psychology and sociology
    University of New Hampshire
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But, until now, the athletic accomplishments ...
www.greenwichtime.com, 10 Oct 2013 [cached]
But, until now, the athletic accomplishments of Greenwich High School alumni Steve Young, Sue Merz and John "Zeke" Bella have not been enshrined at their alma mater.
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"I'm very excited," Merz told Greenwich Time.
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Merz was a standout defenseman on the United States' 1998 and 2002 women's ice hockey teams, which respectively won gold and silver medals at the winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan and Salt Lake City. A 1990 Greenwich High graduate, Merz now works in sales for I-Flow, an acute post-operative pain management division of Kimberly-Clark.
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Before those remarks, Merz will be introduced by the Greenwich High girls ice hockey team captains, Young by the school's football captains and Bella by the school's baseball captains.
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The event will also include a silent auction of items such as New York Giants tickets, a helmet and jersey signed by Young and hockey sticks signed by Merz.
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Merz was a standout defenseman on the United States' 1998 and 2002 women's ice hockey teams, which respectively won gold and silver medals at the winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan and Salt Lake City. A 1990 Greenwich High graduate, Merz now works in sales for I-Flow, an acute post-operative pain...
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Q&A with Sue Merz
Fairfield County Sports Commission
www.fairfieldcountysports.com, 15 Mar 2014 [cached]
Sue Merz, Olympic Hockey gold medalist
Sue Merz, winner of the Olympic ...
www.greenwichtime.com, 12 Feb 2010 [cached]
Sue Merz, winner of the Olympic gold metal in women's ice hockey, poses with her medal at the Greenwich Time Studio.
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Sue Merz Defenseman, Team USA Photo: File Photo / Greenwich Time File Photo
Emily Adler left and Regan Gilbride both team captains with Greenwich Academy return the Olympic medals back to Sue Merz, who let the hockey players take a look at them Sunday Dec. 8, 2002. (Photo Douglas Healey).
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6 Oct 2001: Sue Merz #7 of the USA Women's National hockey team shoots against the defense of the WCHA All-Stars at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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Street sign dedicated to Sue Merz, Sunday Dec. 8, 2002. (Photo Douglas Healey). Photo: File Photo / Greenwich Time File Photo
Sue Merz poses with her Olympic Gold Medal at Greenwich Time.
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12-15-2001, NEW HAVEN COLISEUM, Sue Merz of the USA women's National team, enters the New Haven Coliseum just before the start of game against the Swedish National team.
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SALT LAKE CITY, UT - FEBRUARY 12: Defenseman Sue Merz #7 of the USA looks on from the ice against Germany in the women's hockey preliminary round during the Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games at the E Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on February 12, 2002. The USA defeated Germany 10-0. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images, Elsa / 2002 Getty Images
Sue Merz in 1997. Photo: File Photo / Greenwich Time File Photo
Cos Cob, March 11, 1998. Sue Merz, Olympic gold medalist for women's ice hockey, and Greenwich resident, signs an autograph for Brett Serrell, 11, at the Cos Cob School, during her visit at the School to sign autographs.
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Behind Sue is Cos Cob Principal Dominic F. Butera.
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SP.Merz2.0211.GF USA's Suzanne Merz in action during the women's ice hockey game against China on Feb. 8. in Nagano, Japan during Winter Olympic competition. Photo/Art by:Gina Ferazzi Photo: GT, GF Gina Ferazzi / Color Neg. Film
Glenville 2.23.98 - The front of the Merz house. Photo/Mel Greer COLOR Photo: File Photo / Greenwich Time File Photo
LOS ANGELES TIMES PHOTO Greenwich's Sue Merz, in the gold medal game against Canada at the Nagano Olympics. COLOR Photo: GT / CT
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This month we bring you Sue Merz, Pete Fujitani, Mike Sandlock, George M. Weiss, and Bob DeAngelo.
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SUE MERZ
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Merz, a Pemberwick native, was defenseman on the U.S. team that won the gold medal in 1998 when the sport made its debut in the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, and then brought home the silver medal following the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City.
As a 13-year member of the U.S. Women's National Team, Merz has been among some of the pioneering figures in women's ice hockey. Growing up in Greenwich, she tagged along with her brother, Jean-Claude, to play in neighborhood pick-up games and, with no organized league for girls at that time, she played with the boys in the Greenwich Blues club program and at what was then Western Middle School. While attending Greenwich High School, where she played field hockey and softball, Merz joined the Hartford-based Polar Bears, an under-18 girls team that won the 1990 national midget title.
While a senior at GHS, Merz, at the suggestion of her Polar Bears coach, attended an open tryout for the U.S. National team in 1990 and went on to play for the U.S. until retiring following the 2002 Games. Merz earned an ice hockey scholarship to the University of New Hampshire, where she recorded 53 goals and 54 assists in her four seasons before graduating in 1994 with a degree in psychology and sociology.
Merz was selected to the U.S. team for the 1998 Winter Olympics, tallying a goal and five assists in six games as the U.S. beat Canada, 3-1, to win the gold medal -- the only one the U.S. has won. Merz was again back on the ice as a member of the U.S. team in Salt Lake City, but this time it was Canada defeating the U.S. for the gold, 3-2.
Merz has six world championship silver medals to go with her Olympic gold and silver. She and her 1998 gold medal teammates were also inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009. The Town of Greenwich honored Merz in a ceremony on Dec. 9, 2002 at the Hamill rink, where her No. 7 jersey was retired and hoisted to the rafters and town officials announced they were renaming the street leading into the rink as Sue Merz Way.
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Since her retirement, Merz has worked in the medial devices industry, but has remained involved with the sport coaching and mentoring players at Greenwich Academy and with the Polar Bears.
Q&A with Sue Merz ...
www.greenwichtime.com, 16 Aug 2013 [cached]
Q&A with Sue Merz
1990 Greenwich High graduate and Olympic ...
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1990 Greenwich High graduate and Olympic gold and silver medalist Sue Merz is inducted into the Greenwich High School Sports Hall of Fame at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenwich, Conn. on Sunday, October 20, 2013. Photo: Brian A. Pounds / Connecticut Post
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1990 Greenwich High graduate and Olympic gold and silver medalist Sue Merz is inducted into the Greenwich High School Sports Hall of Fame at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenwich, Conn. on Sunday, October 20, 2013.
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Merz, class of 1990, played defense in two Winter Olympics for the U.S. women's hockey team. She earned a gold medal at the 1998 games in Nagano, Japan, and a silver four years later in Salt Lake City.
She had been honored at the Hyatt before, by the Fairfield County Sports Commission and the Old Timers Athletic Association of Greenwich. "But this one feels different," Merz said, "just because I lived it in Greenwich ... it's more home."
She was introduced Sunday by the captains of the GHS girls' hockey team, a touch of irony in that Greenwich did not have a girls' squad when Merz was there. She honed her ice skills with the Connecticut Polar Bears travel team, while leaving her mark at GHS in field hockey, softball and lacrosse.
"The girls finally got a team in 1998, the same year I played in the Olympics," Merz said. "A little piece of me feels like I had a little something to do with it, with bringing girls' hockey to Greenwich High."
Merz now works in sales for I-Flow, an acute post-operative pain management division of Kimberly-Clark.
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