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Diana Sue Heth

Diana Sue Heth, American psychotherapist. Certified: (criminal justice specialist); Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Background

  • Heth, Diana Sue was born on September 25, 1948 in Robinson, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Quentin Wilson and Marguerite (Byrd) Abraham.

  • Education

    • Biosystems Engineering, Eastern Illinois University, 1970. Master of Social Work, University Illinois, 1992.

    Career

    • Executive director National Association Downs Syndrome, Chicago, 1977—1978, Heartland Hospice, Effingham, 1983—1988. Office administrator American Family Life Assurance, 1988—1990. Secretary design engineering department Fedders North America, 1990.

      Co-owner H&S Vending, 1990—1998. Therapist sexual abuse Heartland Human Services, Effingham, 1992—1994. Advanced specialist child protection Illinois Department Children and Family Services, 1994.

      Member professional advisory committee Hospice Lincolnland. Social work consultant Effingham County Health Department, since 1995, Clay County Health Department, since 2004.

    Major achievements

    • Certified: (criminal justice specialist). Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

    Works

    • Author: One Gift to the Next, 1983, Sundance Lady, 1990.

    Politics

    God, who is heard throughout the Bible, calls for justice for the widows, orphans and aliens who were oppressed by the powers of the day. Therefore the involvement in political life is something that Christians should not avoid.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    God offers a loving relationship. The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. God has freely and graciously already made it possible.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    It is important to experience God's grace working in the lives of people. Wisdom and maturity are gained from life experience, especially during the prayer and sharing stories with other Christians.

    Membership

    Volunteer Belleville (Illinois) Hospice, 1981—1983. Co-chairman service and rehabilitation committee American Cancer Society. Member steering committee Council Domestic Violence, 1998.

    Member Interfaith Committee on Domestic Violence Council. Member parent advisory board Illinois State University, 1996—1999. Member of National Association of Social Workers, National Association Forensic Counselors, County Organization Service Providers, Illinois Public Health Association, Association Christian Counselors, Illinois State Hospice Organization (board directors 1985-1986), Topnotcher's 4-H Club (leader), Compassionate Friends Club (board directors 1985-1986), Newcomers Club (president 1984-1985).

    Personality

    Interests

    Bridge, bowling, needlecrafts, gardening, cooking.

    Connections

    • Married Kenneth Lewis Greider, August 16, 1970 (divorced March 1985). Children: Kathryn Elizabeth Greider, Susan Nicole Greider, Jonathan Abraham Greider. Married Harold Eugene Heth.

      Children: Joseph Brockwell, Kiley Joy, Mark Quentin.
    • father: Quentin Wilson Abraham
    • mother: Marguerite (Byrd) Abraham
    • spouses: Kenneth Lewis Greider
    • Harold Eugene Heth
    • children: Kathryn Elizabeth Greider Heth
    • Susan Nicole Greider Heth
    • Jonathan Abraham Greider Heth
    • Joseph Brockwell Heth
    • Kiley Joy Heth
    • Mark Quentin Heth
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    Born September 25, 1948
    (age 69)
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