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Cheryl Jean Singer, American critical care nurse, community health nurse. Certified CPR instructor; ordained minister Pentecostal Assemblies of the World Church.


Singer, Cheryl Jean was born on May 11, 1950 in Wheeling, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Fred and Helen Jean (Mox) Sabol.


Diploma, Wheeling Hospital School Nursing, 1971. Bachelor (honorary), University Hard Knocks, Campus of Alderson Broaddus College, 1992. Bachelor of Science in Christian Education summa cum laude, Grace Apostolic College, Richmond, Indiana.

Master of Science in Christian Education, International Apostolic University, Richmond. Doctor of Divinity, International Apostolic University, Richmond, 1996.


Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit-Cardiac Care Unit Wheeling Hospital, 1971-1981, clinical instructor Intensive Care Unit-Cardiac Care Unit, 1974. Staff nurse Franciscan Home Health Agency, Milwaukee, 1987-1991, Berea (Kentucky) Medical Associates, since 1987. Preceptor senior level nursing students Berea College.

Adjunct professor theology and health care, dean Christian health care administration International Apostolic University.


Sunday school teacher adult class Church of God in Jesus Name, Lexington, Kentucky, also associate minister. President Missionary and Christian Women's Auxiliary. Seminar leader on health care and spiritual issues First Apostolic Council Kentucky and Tennessee of Pentecostal Assemblies of the World.

Pastor Mount Zion Apostalic Assembly, Richmond, Kentucky.


Married Paul M. Singer Junior, May 29, 1971. Children: Matthew Erik, Taryn Lynn.