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Kathryn Davis Yarbrough

Kathryn Davis Yarbrough, American public health nurse. Registered Nurse, Georgia; certified Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Background

Yarbrough, Kathryn Davis was born on August 31, 1947 in Montrose, Colorado, United States. Daughter of L.O. and V. Jean (Dunn) Davis.

Education

Diploma, Good Samaritan Hospital School Nursing, Phoenix, 1971. Bachelor of science in nursing, Kennesaw State College, 1996.

Career

Supervisor, Cherokee County Health Department, Canton, Georgia, since 1976.

Religion

God wants to see people productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.

Views

As human beings people are a part of a cruel and violent and unjust world that feels like it cannot be changed. By accepting forgiveness and liberation, God enables to resist evil and to live life that can make this world a better place.

Membership

Den mother Boy Scouts American, Canton, 1986-1987. Board directors Cancer society, Canton, since 1987, Cherokee County Violence Center, 1990, First Steps Board, 1993-1997, Cherokee County Advocacy Center, 1994-1997. Human Immunodeficiency Virus consultant American Red Cross, Canton, since 1988, disaster volunteer, Cherokee County, 1993-1999.

Co-chair Early Intervention Council, Canton, 1991-1993. Member Leadership Cherokee, 1994, Interagy Council, 1994. Member Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit Domestic Violence Task Force, 1995.

Member of American Nurses Association, Shepherd Center Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Quad, CASA (board directors 2008), Without Reservation Luncheon Club, Georgia Nurses Association, Service League Cherokee County (honorary).

Connections

Married James H. Yarbrough, August 8, 1970. Children: James, Jason.

Politics

All human life is sacred and created by God and therefore, we must see all human life as significant and valuable. When governments implement the death penalty, then the life of the convicted person is devalued and all possibility of change in that person’s life ends.