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Tina Marie Turnipseed

Tina Marie Turnipseed, American counselor, educator. Certified elementary and secondary teacher, Alabama. Edith Saylor scholar University Montevallo, 1977-1979, Helen Lyford Hall scholar, 1978-1979, Margret McCall scholar, 1980-1981. Member American Counseling Association (licensed professional counselor).


  • Turnipseed, Tina Marie was born on December 27, 1958 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Douglas and Betty Marie (Milam) Turnipseed.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Montevallo, 1981. Master of Education, University South Carolina, 1989.


    • Recreation therapist Department Mental Retardation, Columbia, South Carolina, 1982-1983. Activity therapist Department Mental Health, 1984-1987, counselor, 1987-1989. Skills supervisor Babcock Agency Mentally Retarded, 1982-1983.

      Group home director Lutheran Family Services, 1989-1991. Addictions specialist South Carolina Department Mental Health, since 1991.

    Major achievements

    • Certified elementary and secondary teacher, Alabama.


    Manifestations religious freedom include supporting separation of church and state, advocating for people everywhere to be guaranteed the right to worship free from discrimination, and lifting up respectful dialog as a healthy means to understanding.

    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Christ died on the cross to give humans the promise of everlasting life, but this requires that each individual accepts Christ into his life and asks for forgiveness.

    Denomination: Baptist


    The strength of a society’s marriages is the greatest cause and indicator of societal health.


    Member American Counseling Association (licensed professional counselor).



    Soccer, rugby, swimming, equestrianship.


    • father: James Douglas Turnipseed
    • mother: Betty Marie (Milam) Turnipseed
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    Born December 27, 1958
    (age 58)