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nursing educator

Martha Baugh Perkins, American nursing educator. Member of Georgia Nurses Association (secretary 2d district 1983-1985), American Nurses Association.

Background

Perkins, Martha Baugh was born on November 10, 1943 in Valdosta, Georgia, United States. Daughter of John Thomas and Martha Eberhart (Thompson) Baugh.

Education

Diploma, Valdosta Vocational-Technology School, 1966. Associate Degree in Nursing, Albany Junior College, 1970. Bachelor of science in nursing, Albany State College, 1974.

MSN, Medical College Georgia, 1976.

Career

Registered Nurse, Georgia staff & charge nurse Palmyra Park Hospital, Albany, Georgia, 1971—1974. Instructor nursing Albany State College, 1974—1977. Assistant professor nursing Albany Junior College, since 1977.

Religion

Hell is a real place existing outside of God—an eternal separation between soul and God. Hell was created originally for Satan and his devils as a place of incredible torment.

Politics

The state should not use its authority to promote particular religious beliefs, nor should it require prayer or worship in the public schools. However, the state should leave students free to practice their own religious convictions.

Views

The strong feature of Baptism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money.

Membership

Member of Georgia Nurses Association (secretary 2d district 1983-1985), American Nurses Association.

Connections

Married James Summers Perkins III, December 29, 1967.

father:
John Thomas Baugh

mother:
Martha Eberhart (Thompson) Baugh

spouse:
James Summers Perkins III