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Brenda Jennings Beasley, American nurse, educator. Licence in paramedic Alabama; Registered Nurse University Alabama, 1968. Named Woman of Year, Randolph Press, 1981. Active member, defensive driving course National Safety Council Alabama Department Public Safety, since 1978; Member of National Association Emergency Medical Technicians, American Heart Association, National Red Cross Nurses, Randolph County Health Council.

Background

Beasley, Brenda Jennings was born on February 16, 1947 in Gadsden, Alabama, United States. Daughter of W. Jack and Arzelia Nell (Brown) Messer.

Education

Stepchildren: David Paul, Melanie Lea. Registered Nurse, U. Alabama, 1968. Association degree Emergency Medical Technology, Gadsden State Junior College, 1981.

Registered Nurse, licensed paramedic, Alabama Staff, emergency room nurse University Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama, 1968-1969. Neurosurgery intensive care nurse Carraway Hospital, Birmingham, 1969-1972, emergency charge nurse, 1972-1976. Inservice education director Wedowee Hospital (Alabama), 1976-1979.

Emergency medical service instructor Southern Union State College, Wadley, Alabama, 1979-1981, emergency medical service program director Emergency Medical Technology, 1981^. Chairman of the executive committee, chairman training and education committee E.Ala. Emergency Medical Service, Anniston, 1983^.

Instructor affiliate faculty Advanced Cardiac Life Support Institute, American Heart Association, Alabama and Georgia, 1980^. Instructor basic trauma life support American College Emergency Physicians, 1983^. Active defensive driving course National Safety Council-Alabama Department Public Safety, since 1978^.

Named Woman of Year, Randolph Press, 1981.

Career

Staff & emergency room nurse University Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama, 1968—1969. Neurosurgery intensive care nurse Carraway Hospital, 1969—1972, emergency charge nurse, 1972—1976. Inservice education director Wedowee Hospital, Alabama, 1976—1979.

Emergency medical service instructor Southern Union State College, Wadley, 1979—1981. Emergency medical service program director Emergency Medical Technology, since 1981. Chairman, executive, training and education committee E. Alabama Emergency Medical Service, Anniston, since 1983.

Instructor, affiliate faculty Advanced Cardiac Life Support Institute, American Heart Association, Alabama, Georgia, since 1980. Instructor, basic trauma life support American College Emergency Physicians, since 1983.

Religion

As someone joins the group of people seeking to follow the way of Jesus, it means to respond to God's challenge and begin to share his relationship with God as Father.

Politics

The use of force should be supported only in extreme situations and through approve of appropriate international organizations.

Views

Christians with different approaches should be engaged with each other to discuss how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.

Membership

Active member, defensive driving course National Safety Council Alabama Department Public Safety, since 1978. Member of National Association Emergency Medical Technicians, American Heart Association, National Red Cross Nurses, Randolph County Health Council.

Connections

Married E. Paul Beasley, August 29, 1981. Stepchildren: David Paul, Melanie Lea.