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Frances Helen Verble, American librarian.

Background

Verble, Frances Helen was born on April 26, 1951 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of William David and Mildred Lorene (Hickman) Verble.

Education

Associate of Arts, Cumberland University, 1971. Bachelor of Science, Austin Peay State University, 1973. Master of Library Science, Vanderbilt University, 1976.

Career

Bookmobile library Upper Cumberland Regional Library., Cookeville, Tennessee, 1973-1975. Government documents cataloger Memphis and Shelby County Public Library and Information Center, Memphis, 1977-1978. Cataloger University Tennessee, Memphis Health Science Center Library., since 1978.

Religion

The Gospel shows the manner and the necessary work to be done, by which salvation can be achieved. This is human responsibility to innovate, sponsor, and evaluate new forms of community living.

Politics

All human life is created by God and therefore is significant and valuable. When governments implement the capital punishment, then the life of the convicted is devalued and all possibilities of change end.

Views

Church should organize delegations to different ecumenical conferences throughout the world and actively participate in the global inter-religious dialogues.

Membership

Member Medical Library Association (chairperson government relations committee Southern chapter 1993-1995, senior member Academy Health Information Professionals), Special Libraries Association (president Mid-South chapter 1995-1996), Tennessee Library. Association (member legislation committee 1983-1985), Association Memphis Area Health Sciences Libraries (University Tennessee representative 1985-1990, secretary 1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, watching television, playing piano.

Connections

father:
William David Verble

mother:
Mildred Lorene (Hickman) Verble