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Shirley A. Hart

Shirley A. Hart, American nurse. License practical nurse, Tennessee. Recipient Trophy, World of Poetry, 1984. Counselor Chattanooga Rape Crisis Center, 1975-1976; board directors Orchard Park Seventh Day Adventist Community Center, Chattanooga, since 1993. Member National Association of Female Executives, Tennessee Poetry Society, Tennessee Writers Alliance, Inc.

Background

  • Hart, Shirley A. was born on December 29, 1946 in Chattanooga. Daughter of William Yural and Helen Louise (Hillhouse) Hart.

  • Education

    • Certified in nursing, Riverside Hospital School Nursing, 1969.

    Career

    • Obstetrics and staff nurse Riverside Hospital, Nashville, 1967-1969. Staff and medical nurse Women's Hospital, Chattanooga, 1972-1976. Psychiatric nurse Valley Psychiatric Hospital, 1977-1978.

      Head nurse Life Care Nursing Home, Collegedale, Tennessee, 1978-1979. Staff nurse Diagnostic Hospital, Chattanooga, 1979-1983. Private duty nurse Quality Care Home Health Agency, 1983-1987, Contin-U-Care Home Health Agency, Chattanooga, 1987-1993.

      Night infirmary nurse Baylor Preparatory School, from 1986. Camp nurse Camp Illahee, Brevard, North Carolina, summer 1992.

    Major achievements

    • License practical nurse, Tennessee.

    Works

    • Contributor poems to professional publications.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Seventh Day Adventist

    Membership

    Counselor Chattanooga Rape Crisis Center, 1975-1976. Board directors Orchard Park Seventh Day Adventist Community Center, Chattanooga, since 1993. Member National Association of Female Executives, Tennessee Poetry Society, Tennessee Writers Alliance, Inc.

    Personality

    Interests

    Drawing, writing short stories, novels, poetry, arts and crafts.

    Connections

    • father: William Yural Hart
    • mother: Helen Louise (Hillhouse) Hart
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    Born December 29, 1946
    Died November 1, 2004
    (aged 57)
    Nationality

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