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Dawn Ellen Williams

Dawn Ellen Williams, American nurse. Volunteer instructor American Red Cross; chair Roswell United Methodist Church; Member of Panhellenic Society (secretary Nashville 1976-1977), American Association Critical Care Nurses, Gamma Phi Beta.

Background

  • Williams, Dawn Ellen was born on September 13, 1955 in Youngstown, Ohio, United States. Daughter of John Ronald and Carol Ann (Fanson) Smith.

  • Education

    • Student, Barry University, 1973—1975. Bachelor of science in nursing, Vanderbilt University, 1978. Postgrad, Emory University, 1983—1984.

    Career

    • Staff nurse Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, 1978, Protem, Atlanta, 1978—1979. Director nursing, 1979—1980. Staff nurse telemetry Crawford W. Long Hospital, Atlanta, 1980—1981.

      Cardiovascular staff nurse Emory University Hospital, 1981—1983. Cardiology staff nurse, 1983—1984. Intensive Care Unit-Cardiac Care Unit nurse Humana Gwinnett Community Hospital, Snellville, Georgia, 1984—1985.

      Customer service representative Adler Instrument Company, Norcross, 1985—1986, purchasing agent, 1986—1987.

    Membership

    Volunteer instructor American Red Cross. Chair Roswell United Methodist Church. Member of Panhellenic Society (secretary Nashville 1976-1977), American Association Critical Care Nurses, Gamma Phi Beta.

    Connections

    • father: John Ronald Smith
    • mother: Carol Ann (Fanson) Smith
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    Born September 13, 1955
    (age 62)
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