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Brenda Ann Frymire

Brenda Ann Frymire, American family practice nurse practitioner. Registered Nurse; certified advanced cardiac life support provider. Recipient Appreciation Service award, Oklahoma City Public Schools Helping Hands Organization, 1979. Volunteer coordinator Lee Elementary School, Oklahoma City, parent substitute teacher, 1976—1979; volunteer S. Community Hospital, 1969; Member of American Nurses Association, Oklahoma Nurses Association.

Background

Frymire, Brenda Ann was born on August 10, 1954 in Oklahoma City. Daughter of Gerald Maurice and Shirley Ann (Mitchell) Harrell.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Central State University, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1983. Registered Nurse; certified advanced cardiac life support provider. Volunteer coordinator, parent substitute teacher Lee Elementary School, Oklahoma City, 1976-1979.

Nursing technician Baptist Medical Center of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, 1982-1983. Staff nurse in orthopedics, 1983-1986, coronary care unit, 1986^.

Career

Nursing technician Baptist Medical Center Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, 1982—1983, staff nurse orthopedics, 1983—1986, coronary care unit, since 1986.

Religion

Having created, God did not withdraw the divine presence or activity, but remained fully knowledgeable of and engaged with the world. This engagement includes revealing God and God's ways.

Views

Bible is the source of inspirational stories, gospels, letters, hymns, songs, prayers, and poetry that drives wisdom and creativity of all Christians over time and across the world.

Membership

Volunteer coordinator Lee Elementary School, Oklahoma City, parent substitute teacher, 1976—1979. Volunteer S. Community Hospital, 1969. Member of American Nurses Association, Oklahoma Nurses Association.

Connections

Married Charles Ray Frymire, September 27, 1969 (divorcedJan. 1989); children: Mark Allen, Sharon Renee.

Politics

Churches should continually prioritize and monitor the progress in adequately representing the increasing racial and ethnic diversity of communities in local congregations and entities.