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I doubt the service person did anything wrong. In today's cars with both engine and body computers, jump starting a car can be risky. You're better off having the battery charged for an hour or so then trying to start it. You may have to have the body computer scanned and possibly flashed to get everything working again. The body computer controls everything you mentioned. It could have lost some of the factory programming when the system was dead.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your vehicle is NOT fixed. Fuses do not just go around blowing to make your day miserable - ESPECIALLY not a 60 Amp MAXI fuse! That is some SERIOUS stuff!
There is apparently an intermittent dead short to ground in one of your main power circuits if one of those are blowing. It WILL do it again if you do not locate the problem and repair it. I just hope you get it fixed before it burns your vehicle to the ground.