Log In

Carol Sue Powell Edit Profile

Carol Sue Powell, American pediatric special education educator, nursing consultant. Registered Nurse, Illinois; certified elementary and special education teacher, TMH, EMH, SED, LD, PH, early childhood approval, Illinois; qualified mental retardation professional, Illinois. Member of Kiwanis.


Powell, Carol Sue was born on November 15, 1944 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Daughter of Leonard Newson and Rebecca Jane (Housh) Stephens.


Licensed Practical Nurse, Champaign (Illinois) School Practical Nursing, 1965. Bachelor, Eastern Illinois University, 1975. Master of Science in Education, Eastern Illinois University, 1979.

Associate Degree in Nursing, Lincolnand Community College, 1986.


Nurse Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, Richmond, Kentucky, 1966-1968, Clark County Hospital, Winchester, 1968-1969, Mattoon (Illinois) Hospital, 1970-1977. Substitute teacher Mattoon, Charleston, Findlay, Arcola (Illinois) Schools, 1978-1979. Part-time kindergarten and learning disabilities teacher Buda (Illinois) School District, 1979-1981.

Staff nurse St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Illinois, 1981-1987. Health service supervisor Springfield Area American Red Cross, 1987-1988. Staff nurse St. Vincent's Hospital, Taylorville, Illinois, 1988-1989.

Special education teacher, assistant director education, mental retardation professional Lutheran Social Services, Beardstown, 1989-1997. Early intervention coordinator, nurse consultant Jacksonville (Illinois) Area American Red Cross, 1997-1999. Child development specialist, Registered Nurse State of Illinois Early Intervention Systems, since 1999.

Retired, 2002

Nurse Shrine Clinics, Springfield, 1989—1996. Nurse Emergency Medical Technician first aid meets Boy Scouts American, Springfield, since 1988.


God created humans to be able to innovate and evaluate new forms of living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.


There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.


There are different understandings about the Bible's authority in our lives. The task of every believer is to use different Bible translations and commentaries in order to discover the word of God.


Nurse Shrine Clinics, Springfield, 1989-1996. Nurse, EMT first aid meets Boy Scouts American, Springfield, 1988-1997. Member Illinois Teachers Physically handicapped, Illinois Association Rehabilitation Facilities.


Married Howard Powell Junior, August 26, 1967. Children: Jim, Howard III, Nicole.