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Nursing educator

Betty Ann Roe, American Nursing educator. Member Ladies Auxiliary Veterans of Foreign Wars, District 6 Tennessee Nurses Association, (president 1974-1976, board member 1975-1976, nominating comm.1987-1988), W. Tennessee Infectious Control Group (president 1982-1984, treasurer 1981-1982).

Background

Roe, Betty Ann was born on August 29, 1951 in Jackson, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Wiley E. Bulter Junior and Nell (Goodman) Wheeler.

Education

Associate of Arts, Union U., 1972; Bachelor of science in nursing, Union U., 1982; MSN, U. Tennessee, 1987.

Career

Nurse's aide, Jackson-Madison County General Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee, 1970-1972; Registered Nurse, Jackson-Madison County General Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee, 1972-1973; infection control practitioner, Jackson-Madison County General Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee, 1974-1984, 88-; staff nurse, Regional Hospital, Jackson, 1981-1988; occupational health nurse, Bendix Corporation, Jackson, 1982-1986; instructor, Union U., Jackson, 1984-1988.

Politics

Christians should exercise vigorously their responsibilities to participate in the political process by registering to vote, educating themselves about the issues, and voting according to their biblical beliefs, convictions, and values.

Views

The family is the most basic of human institutions through which people are nurtured and sustained in love, responsibility, and respect.

Membership

Member Ladies Auxiliary Veterans of Foreign Wars, District 6 Tennessee Nurses Association, (president 1974-1976, board member 1975-1976, nominating comm.1987-1988), W. Tennessee Infectious Control Group (president 1982-1984, treasurer 1981-1982).

Connections

Married Charles A. Roe, July 21, 1972. Children: Christy, Charity, Carrie.

father:
Wiley E. Bulter Wheeler Junior

mother:
Nell (Goodman) Wheeler

spouse:
Charles A. Roe

children:
Christy Roe

Charity Roe

Carrie Roe