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Wayne Thomas Gillespie

Wayne Thomas Gillespie, American Hospital official ( hlth: hlth. service)hospital official. Recipient governor's OutstandingTennessean award, 1979; certified clinical laboratory technologist Department of Health, Education and Welfare; certified laboratory supervisor, Tennessee.

Background

  • Gillespie, Wayne Thomas was born on July 27, 1945 in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States. Son of Oscar Nolte and Eunice Mildred (Spinks) Gillespie.

  • Education

    • Medical Technician, Mid-State College Med.Arts, 1965.

    Career

    • Staff technologist Doctors Hospital and Research Foundation, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1964-1966, Bedford County General Hospital, Shelbyville, Tennessee, 1966-1969, staff and chief technologist, 1969-1971. Chief technologist Choctaw County Hospital, Ackerman, Mississippi, 1969. Charge technologist mobile component laboratory American Red Cross, Nashville, 1971-1973.

      Laboratory sales representative General Medical, Nashville, 1973. Assistant laboratory supervisor Goodall Clinic and Hospital, Smyrna, Tennessee, 1973-1974. Director ancillary services Tipton County Memorial Hospital, Covington, Tennessee, 1974-1983.

      Manager Aware: Industrial Screening Program, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, since 1984. Institutional representative Big Hatchie council Boy Scouts American, 1975-1976, medical advisory Medical Explorer Post 262, 1978-1980. Member steering committee Tipton County Blood Program, American Red Cross.

      President Holmes School Parent-Teachers Association, Covington, 1979. Coach, umpire Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball League.

    Membership

    Institutional representative Big Hatchie Council Boy Scouts America, 1975—1976. Medical advisory Medical Explorer Post 262, 1978—1980. Member steering committee Tipton County Blood Program, American Red Cross.

    President Holmes School Parent-Teachers Association, Covington, 1979. Coach, umpire Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball League. Member of Tennessee State Society of America Medical Technologists (awards of merit 1972, 1976, director 1973-1978, member and chairman committees), Tennessee Society Medical Technologists, Tennessee Society Hospital Public Relations Coordinator, Tennessee Hospital Association, American Society Medical Technologists (certified, national committee public relations 1978-1979, Distinguished Achievement award 1975), Covington Exchange (president 1978-1979).

    Connections

    • Married Sandra Jeanne Read, September 13, 1964. Children: Andrea Michelle, Carla Renee.
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    Born July 27, 1945
    (age 72)