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Cheryl Ann Culbertson

Cheryl Ann Culbertson was American home health nurse, medical/surgical nurse. Licensed Practical Nurse, Alaska, Arizona. Recipient Outstanding Service award Cancer Society, 1978. President American Cancer Society, Kodiak, 1978; instructor American Red Cross, Kodiak, 1975-1990; leader 4-H, Kenai, 1984-1987; den leader, coach Cub Scouts, Kenai, 1984-1987.

Background

  • Culbertson, Cheryl Ann was born on October 7, 1943 in Dodge City, Kansas, United States.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Anchorage Community College, 1963.

    Career

    • Charge nurse Alaska Psychiatric Hospital, Anchorage, 1963-1968. Floor nurse Valley Hospital, Las Vegas, 1972, private duty nurse, 1972-1977. Nurse, instructor Red Cross, Kodiak, Alaska, 1977-1980.

      Private duty nurse Kenai, 1980-1990. Nurse Flagstaff (Arizona) Medical Facility, 1991. Home health nurse Home Works, Flagstaff, 1991-1997—.

    Major achievements

    • Licensed Practical Nurse, Alaska, Arizona.

    Views

    Human beings can become like gods. However, this doesn't mean that human beings can grow to replace God. Nor do human beings become equal to God.

    Humans can become one with God by becoming part of God - they remain separate beings, but take on the attributes of God.

    Membership

    President American Cancer Society, Kodiak, 1978. Instructor American Red Cross, Kodiak, 1975-1990. Leader 4-H, Kenai, 1984-1987.

    Den leader, coach Cub Scouts, Kenai, 1984-1987.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, dogs, camping, dance, shopping.

    Connections

    • Daughter of John Lee and Enafae Georgina (Stark) Shipman. Divorced; 1 child, Jennetta Marle Culbertson.
    • father: John Lee Shipman
    • mother: Enafae Georgina (Stark) Shipman
    • child: Jennetta Marle Culbertson
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    Born October 7, 1943
    (age 74)
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