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Brenda Faye Edwards

Brenda Faye Edwards, American rehabilitation services professional, counselor. Licensed professional counselor; certified disability management specialist.


  • Edwards, Brenda Faye was born on April 3, 1945 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Jack Howell and Annie C. (Sullivan) Zeigler.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Southern Mississippi, 1968. Master of Education, University Georgia, 1977.


    • Various positions, Mississippi, 1968-1970. Teacher Brunswick (Georgia) College, 1970-1971. Training coordinator Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center, Brunswick, 1971-1972.

      Teacher Glynn County Board Education, Adult Education Center, 1972. Social work technical Gateway Center for Human Development, 1973. Coordinator consultation education and training Coastal Area Community Mental Health Center, 1979.

      Rehabilitation counselor Division Rehabilitation Services, Department Human Resources, 1973-1978. Supervisor basic education department Brunswick Job Corporation Center, 1979-1980. Rehabilitation specialist Intracorp, Savannah, Georgia, 1980-1983.

      Counselor, owner Southeastern Rehabilitation Services, St. Simons Island, since 1983.

    Major achievements

    • Licensed professional counselor. Certified disability management specialist.


    President Citizens for Humane Animal Treatment, Brunswick, 1987-1990, vice president 1990-1991. Secretary Glynn County Animal Control Advisory Board, Brunswick, 1987-1988. Member American Counseling Association, License Professional Counselors Association Georgia, Brunswick Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce (chairman drugs don't work committee 1995-1996), Good Sam Recreation Vehicle Owners Club, Sandgnat Sams.



    Searching for collectible treasures, watching movies, music, playing with poodles.


    • Married James A. Edwards Junior, June 5, 1962.
    • father: Jack Howell Zeigler
    • mother: Annie C. (Sullivan) Zeigler
    • spouse: James A. Edwards Junior
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    Born April 3, 1945
    (age 72)