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Carolyn Snyder Goldizen

Carolyn Snyder Goldizen, American Nurse ( hlth: hlth. service, Educated)nurse. member West Virginia Emergency Medical Service Testing Team; member Northeastern West Virginia Regional Emergency Medical Services Council; member West Virginia Paramedic Curriculum Committee; Member American West Virginia Nurses Association (past president subdist. 6) Emergency Department Nurses.

Background

  • Goldizen, Carolyn Snyder was born on March 17, 1936 in Lahmansville, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Lloyd Neil and Eva Lucretia (Parker) Snyder.

  • Education

    • Registered Nurse, Winchester (Virginia) Memorial Hospital, 1956. Bachelor of Science, St. Joseph College, North Winham, Maine. Postgraduate, Potomac State College, Keyser, West Virginia.

      Postgraduate, Parkersburg (West Virginia) Community College.

    Career

    • Pediatric staff nurse Winchester Memorial Hospital, 1957. With Grant Memorial Hospital, Petersburg, West Virginia, since 1957, beginning as head nurse medical surgical wing, successively staff operating room nurse, nurse consultant diet kitchen, medical and surgical supervisor, 1958—1977, instructor area coal miners' emergency medical technician training program, 1977, emergency room supervisor, since 1977. Director Grant County Ambulance Services, since 1977.

      Member West Virginia Emergency Medical Service Testing Team. Vocational education instructor for emergency medical technicians Grant County Schools. Member Northeastern West Virginia Regional Emergency Medical Services Council.

      Board directors Area Regional Medical Services West Virginia. Member West Virginia Paramedic Curriculum Committee. Cardiopulmonary affiliate faculty American Heart Association.

      Advanced life support instructor.

    Politics

    The diversity inside the Church should be respected and supported. Open debate within the Church on certain political and social issues should be encouraged.

    Religion

    Salvation requires work. It can only be accomplished through effort, and this is what the Gospel is all about.

    Views

    Church decisions should be made as openly as possible, giving opportunities for all to contribute. It is important for all views to be heard and taken seriously, especially where Christians disagree.

    Membership

    Member West Virginia Emergency Medical Service Testing Team. Member Northeastern West Virginia Regional Emergency Medical Services Council. Member West Virginia Paramedic Curriculum Committee.

    Member American West Virginia Nurses Association (past president subdist. 6) Emergency Department Nurses. Clubs: Home Demonstration, Hospital Auxiliary, Ladies Aide Society, Eastern Star (past matron).

    Connections

    • Children: Lucretia Ann, Lee Allen (deceased), Cristina Leigh.
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