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Carole Ann Myers

Carole Ann Myers, American health transportation service executive. Certified emergency medical technical, paramedic. Named Distinguished Hoosier by Governor of Indiana, 1984.

Background

  • Myers, Carole Ann was born on June 14, 1938 in Henderson, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of James Newton and Rosalene Alberta (Eakins) Wade.

  • Education

    • Certified Emergency Medical Technician, St. Francis Hospital, 1971. Student, Butler University, 1979.

    Career

    • President, chief executive officer Myers Ambulance Service, Greenwood, Indiana, since 1966.

    Major achievements

    • Certified emergency medical technical, paramedic.

    Membership

    Member advisory board United States of America Congressional Fire Services Institute, since 1989. Member Republican Sen. Innner Circle (life), Indiana Ambulance Association (president 1983-1985, treasurer since 1986), Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission (commissioner, Distinguished Service award 1988), American Ambulance Association (secretary 1983-1984, treasurer 1985-1986, vice president 1987-1988, president 1989-1990, Woman of Year 1983), Greater Greenwood C. of Chamber (board directors, secretary 1988, Outstanding Business award 1989).

    Connections

    • Married Lawrence William Myers, December 28, 1957 (deceased February 1980). Children: Patti Myers Crisler, Nancy Myers Allen, Sandra Myers Kowalski, Mark William.
    • father: James Newton Wade
    • mother: Rosalene Alberta (Eakins) Wade
    • spouse: Lawrence William Myers
    • children: Patti Myers Crisler Myers
    • Nancy Myers Allen Myers
    • Sandra Myers Kowalski Myers
    • Mark William Myers
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