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Benjamin Franklin Gibbons, American lawyer. Recipient Service award, American Red Cross, 1978, certified Patriotic Civilian Service, United States Army, 1981. Instructor CPR American Heart Association, American Red Cross, since 1975; Member of American Psychological Association, Colorado Hospital Safety Association (president), Colorado Bar Association, Colorado Hospital Association, American Society Safety Engineers.

Background

Gibbons, Benjamin Franklin was born on March 29, 1953 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Son of Donald Merritt and Elizabeth Jane (Weyl) Gibbons.

Education

Bachelor in Psychology, Indiana University, 1979. Master of Science in Industrial, Organizational Psychology, Purdue University, 1984. Juris Doctor, University Denver, 1988.

Career

Senior medical instructor Indiana Vocational School, Indianapolis, 1977—1980. Senior medical technician, instructor Department Defense, Fort Harrison, 1978—1981. Senior safety engineer Hospital Shared Service Colorado State of Colorado, Denver, 1981—1984.

Safety and worker compensation administrator American Medical International Rocky Mountain division, since 1984. Vice president, legal counsel Wixco Services Inc., since 1988. Consultant in field; With United States Army, 1972-1978.

Membership

Instructor CPR American Heart Association, American Red Cross, since 1975. Member of American Psychological Association, Colorado Hospital Safety Association (president), Colorado Bar Association, Colorado Hospital Association, American Society Safety Engineers.

Connections

Married Rosemarie Yoshiko Markgraf, August 2, 1980. Children: Ryan Benjamin, Jarrod Marvin.

father:
Donald Merritt Gibbons

mother:
Elizabeth Jane (Weyl) Gibbons

spouse:
Rosemarie Yoshiko Markgraf

children:
Ryan Benjamin Gibbons

Jarrod Marvin Gibbons