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Judy P. Munger Weinmann

Judy P. Munger Weinmann was American nurse, educator. Registered Nurse Tennessee, certified occupational health nurse specialist (COHN-S), Tennessee. Recipient Schering award as Tennessee outstanding occupational health nurse Schering-Plough Company, l989, Lifetime Achievement award, Eligateth Newbert, 2003.

Background

  • Weinmann, Judy P. Munger was born on June 1, 1943 in Georgetown, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Paul and Martha Edith (Smith) Powell.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga, 1964. AS, Cleveland State Community College, Tennessee, 1982. Bachelor of Science, University Tennessee, 1984.

    Career

    • Medical staff nurse Bradley Memorial Hospital, Cleveland, 1964. Office nurse William I. Proffitt, Doctor of Medicine 1964-1965. Occupational health nurse Singer-Cobble Company, Chattanooga, 1966-1967, Burlington Woolens Company, Cleveland, 1967-1968, American Uniform Company, Cleveland, 1972-1973, M&M/Mars, Cleveland, 1979-1991.

      School nurse Cleveland State College, 1968-1972, Bradley High School, Cleveland, 1973-1979. Director nursing Open Arms Care Corporation, Ooltewah, Tennessee, 1992-1993, Tennessee Home Health, Hixson, 1993. Director community education/case management Medical Shares Home Care, Chattanooga, 1994—2000.

      Administrator occupational health services Parkridge Medical Center, 2000—2002. Account executive Med Shares Home Care, 2002—2003. Patient care representative Home Health Care of East Tennessee, since 2003.

      Account manager M.E.D. of Tennessee, 2003—2004. Nurse educator Hospice of Chattanooga, 2005—2009. Presenter in field.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse Tennessee, certified occupational health nurse specialist (COHN-S), Tennessee.

    Politics

    Christians exercising their rights as responsible citizens may choose to endorse candidates for political office as part of the exercise of their engagement of culture.

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    During the second coming of Christ, the God will sit in judgment and divide humanity between the saved and the lost and will sit in judgment of the believers, rewarding them for things done while alive.

    Denomination: Baptist

    Views

    The family is encompassing a wider range of options than that of the two-generational unit of parents and children.

    Membership

    Nurse American Red Cross, Cleveland, since 1979. Chairman Bradley County Substance Abuse Committee, Cleveland, l980-87. Committee member American Cancer Society, Chattanooga, l984—.

    Accountant manager Medical Equipment Distrs., 2003. Member of Case Managers Society of America, Cleveland Area Safety Council (Safety award 1988), Chattanooga Occupational Health Nurses Association (vice president, board directors, President's award 1989), Chattanooga Nurses Association, Tennessee Occupational Health Nurses Association since 1986, Tennessee Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Personality

    Interests

    Dance, reading, music, gardening, crafts.

    Connections

    • Married David Finley Munger, December 6, l963 (divorced June l985). Children: David Finley Junior, Robert Powell.
    • father: Paul Powell
    • mother: Martha Edith (Smith) Powell
    • spouse: David Finley Munger
    • children: David Finley Junior Weinmann
    • Robert Powell Weinmann
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    Born June 1, 1943
    (age 74)
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