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David Allen Stockett

David Allen Stockett, American medicaid hospital coordinator. Member Tennessee Public Health Association, Gideons International (vice president 1991-1992), College of St. Francis Alumni (Nashville chapter president since 1992, campus representative).

Background

Stockett, David Allen was born on December 28, 1952 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Homer Allen Junior and Peggy Joyce (Rungger) Stockett.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, U. Tennessee, 1976;Master of Science in Health Superior vena cava syndrome Administration, College of St. Francis, 1992.

Career

Assistant regional office manager, Tennessee Department Transportation, Nashville, 1982-1984;third party liability unit, Tennessee bureau of Medicaid, Nashville, 1984-1985;provider relations representative home health, medical vendors, Tennessee bureau of Medicaid, Nashville, 1985-1988;provider relations representative physicians, Tennessee bureau of Medicaid, Nashville, 1988-1989;policy coordinator dental, vision, Tennessee bureau of Medicaid, Nashville, 1989-1990;policy coordinator hospitals, Tennessee bureau of Medicaid, Nashville, since 1990.

Religion

Because of their sinful state, all human beings stand in need of salvation, and God's gracious provision for this consists in the life and work of Jesus Christ.

Views

People are called to love God not only with their hearts, but also with their minds. All things should be considered through the light of reason. In order to do that, it is necessary to become aware of different points of view and be able to develop critical thinking in relation to any political or social problem.

Membership

Member Tennessee Public Health Association, Gideons International (vice president 1991-1992), College of St. Francis Alumni (Nashville chapter president since 1992, campus representative).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, volleyball, softball, golf.

Connections

Married Barbara Jean Ellison, June 18, 1977. Children: Jennifer Marie, Joseph Clayton.

Politics

Christians acting as the salt of the earth and the light of the world have a responsibility to engage their culture, including participating in the political process.