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Brenda Arlene Bunten

Brenda Arlene Bunten, American geriatrics nurse. Named American Biographical Institute Woman of the Year, 1997, deputy governor, 1997. Member United States Ship Lancelot, Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, Citizens Fire Academy Alumni Association.

Background

  • Bunten, Brenda Arlene was born on May 7, 1947 in Paris. Daughter of Arthur Ray Senior and Maxine L. (Bacon) Bunten.

  • Education

    • Associate in Arts and Sciences, Lakeland College, Mattoon, Illinois, 1968. Associate Degree in Nursing, Kapiolani Community College, Honolulu, 1992.

    Career

    • Charge nurse Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, Illinois, 1968-1976, Mattoon Health Care Center, 1977-1979. Agency nurse Kahu Malama, Inc., Honolulu, 1983. Charge nurse, staff development coordinator, infection control officer Hale Nani Health Center, 1979-1993, also nursing staff scheduler, supervisor, 1979-1993.

      Unit manager Randal Mill Manor, Arlington, Texas, since 1994. Supervisor Heritage Oaks, since 1994. Director nursing Patriot Heights Health Care Center, since 1998.

      Assistant director nursing Covenant Care Center, San Antonio, since 1998. Staff nurse Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital, since 1999, University Health Systems, San Antonio, since 2002. Fundraiser Challenger Run Hawaii, Honolulu, since 1986.

      Co-owner, consultant retail sales Sunset Enterprises, Honolulu, since 1982.

    Membership

    Member United States Ship Lancelot, Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, Citizens Fire Academy Alumni Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Marathon running, biking, baseball, football, circuit training.

    Connections

    • father: Arthur Ray Senior Bunten
    • mother: Maxine L. (Bacon) Bunten
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    Born March 7, 1947
    (age 70)
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