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Grace Rosene Simmons Prince

Grace Rosene Simmons Prince, American consulting dietitian. License dietitian/nutritionist. Recipient National Recognition and State award, 1973, State award for radio tape interview Agricultural Extension Education, 1973.


  • Prince, Grace Rosene Simmons was born on January 4, 1935 in Union City, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Dewey Benjamin and Jewel LaVerne (Brown) Simmons.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, University Tennessee, Martin, 1957. Master of Science in Child Development and Family Relations, University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1971. Postgraduate, Michigan State University, 1975.

      Postgraduate, Eastern Kentucky University, 1975.


    • Assistant administrative dietitian Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 1957-1959, intern in dietetics, 1959. Assistant administrative dietitian Obion County General Hospital, Union City, Tennessee, 1960-1961. Associate professor Institute Agriculture, University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1963-1973.

      Traveling consultant dietitian Medco Facilities Corporation, Evansville, Indiana, 1973-1974. Coordinator dietetics Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, 1974-1976. Chief clinical dietitian Food Services Management division Marriott Corporation, Washington, 1976-1978.

      Associate professor food production and nutrition University Maryland, Princess Anne, 1977-1980. Assistant director nutrition and dietary St. Mary's Hospital, Huntington, West Virginia, 1981-1982. Director dietary department Trevecca Health Care, Nashville, 1987-1988.

      Independent consultant nutrition, 1987-1996. Dietitian in private practice, 1994-1996. Private patient consultant.

      Corporation consultant Con Agra Foods, Robert Ore Sysco Foods, hospitals.

    Major achievements

    • License dietitian/nutritionist.


    Christians acting as the salt of the earth and the light of the world have a responsibility to engage their culture, including participating in the political process.


    God never intended nor desired for a single person to go to Hell. Sin caused a separation between God and man, and that Jesus’ death on the cross is the only bridge to cross from death to life. This bridge, however, is accessible by anyone at anytime.

    Denomination: Baptist


    Marriage is a microcosm of our relationship with Jesus Christ. God meant for a marriage to help to understand, to some degree, God’s vast and intricate love for people.


    Board directors Discovery Health.com, Childhood Nutrition School Health, State of Tennessee, Diabetes Coalition for State of Tennessee. Member National Association of Female Executives, American Dietetic Association (registered), Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists, American Diabetes Association (Outstanding Contribution awards 1976-1981), Nashville Dietetic Association (member various committees), Dietitians in Business and Industry, Consultant Nutritionists in Private Practice.



    Dance, travel, home entertaining, art, home renovation.


    • Married John Calvin Prince, June 28, 1959 (deceased April 1963). Children: Deborah Rosene, Mari Loy.
    • father: Dewey Benjamin Simmons
    • mother: Jewel LaVerne (Brown) Simmons
    • spouse: John Calvin Prince
    • children: Deborah Rosene Prince
    • Mari Loy Prince
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