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Bertha L. Watts

Bertha L. Watts, American nurse. Named Woman of Year, American Business Women's Association, 1984. Member of National Association Female Executives, Society for GI Assistant (president-elect 1986), American Business Women's Association (vice president 1984-1985), Concerned Women for America.

Background

Watts, Bertha L. was born on February 17, 1941 in Lake City, Florida, United States. Daughter of Ivory and Irene (Gainey) Ward.

Education

Associate in Nursing, St. Petersburg Junior College, 1977. Student, 1983; Student, Tomlinson Vocational-Technology School, 1981.

Career

Nurse aid University Florida, Gainesville, 1959—1961, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, 1967—1968. Nurse aid/ward clerk Palms of Pasadena Hospital, 1968—1974, staff nurse, 1977—1983, since 1983. Volunteer American Red Cross, St. Petersburg.

Membership

Member of National Association Female Executives, Society for GI Assistant (president-elect 1986), American Business Women's Association (vice president 1984-1985), Concerned Women for America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sewing, reading, photography, jewelry design.

Connections

Married Johnny L. Watts, September 20, 1958. Children: Johnny, Tommy, Keith, Brenda, Sonya.