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religious home administrator , Clergywoman

Dorothy Marie Fitchett, Clergywoman, religious home administrator. Certified Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome counselor. Recipient President's award Government of the United States, 1976, Seven Who Care award Tyler Chamber of Commerce/Station KLTV, 1991.

Background

Fitchett, Dorothy Marie was born on March 31, 1946 in Norfolk, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Donald Byrd and Florence Slena (Miller) Fitchett.

Education

Graduate, Salvation Army Officers' Training School, Atlanta, 1978.

Career

Officer, The Salvation Army, Texas, 1978-1989; officer, chaplain, University Texas Health System, Tyler, since 1989; founder, director, HIS House, Tyler, since 1990. President, founder Tyler Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., since 1990.

Achievements

  • Certified Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome counselor.

Connections

father:
Donald Byrd Fitchett

mother:
Florence Slena (Miller) Fitchett