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Jamie Gwin

librarian

Jamie Gwin was American librarian. Recipient John C. Freemont award 1st Congressional chairman, 1994. Member Secretary Boy Scout District, Southeast, Arkansas, 1980-1984; chairman Crittenden County Republican, West Memphis, 1992-1994. Member National Education Association, Arkansas Education Association, Wilmar Education Association (president 1984-1985).

Background

Gwin, Jamie was born on December 12, 1942 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of James Walter and Annette (Bryant) Boast.

Education

Biosystems Engineering, University Central Arkansas, 1963. Postgraduate, Arkansas State University, 1986. Postgraduate, University Arkansas Little Rock, 1986.

Career

Library. Holly Grove (Arkansas) Schools, 1963-1964, Monticello (Arkansas) Schools, 1964-1966, 69-71, United States Army, Army Post Office 09069, 1967-1968, Warren (Arkansas) Schools, 1973-1975, Woodlawn School, Rison, Arkansas, 1976-1979, Wilmar (Arkansas) School, 1980-1987, Crawfordville (Arkansas) School, 1987-1989, West Memphis (Arkansas) School, 1989—2002.

Religion

In modern culture the ability to make decisions and choose the right path in life has extremely high value. But through the faith believers voluntarily surrender to God in love and joy.

Views

Life is not about things, possessions, or money, but about relationships.

Membership

Member Secretary Boy Scout District, Southeast, Arkansas, 1980-1984. Chairman Crittenden County Republican, West Memphis, 1992-1994. Member National Education Association, Arkansas Education Association, Wilmar Education Association (president 1984-1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Crafts, walking, cooking.

Connections

Married Aaron Gwin, August 15, 1964. Children: Marc, Quanta.

Politics

Christians should exercise vigorously their responsibilities to participate in the political process by registering to vote, educating themselves about the issues, and voting according to their biblical beliefs, convictions, and values.