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Melodie Lupton Rivenbark, American research technician, health scientist. Coordinator Tampa Neighborhood Watch Assn, 1985-1989; member Florida Avenue Church of Christ, teacher since 1986, visitation leader since 1986, young adult co-leader 1986; active Northeast Tampa Church of Christ, since 1989. Member Pre-Veterinary Society (president, vice president 1980-1984), Sigma Alpha Iota (alternate president, secretary 1980-1984).

Background

Rivenbark, Melodie Lupton was born on February 19, 1960 in Palmerton, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Dwight Keith and Marylyn Avis (Tuttleton) Lupton.

Education

Student, David Lipscomb College, 1979. Bachelor in Psychology, University South Florida, 1985.

Career

Veterinary technical Greene Animal Hospital, Nashville, 1979-1980. Veterinary technician Murphy Animal Hospital Emergency Service, Tampa, Florida, 1980-1982. Research technician Veterans Administration Hospital, 1982-1984.

Veterinary technician Woolf Animal Hospital, 1984-1985, Central Animal Hospital, Tampa, 1985. Research technician Dept Medical Microbiology and Immunology Medical School University South Florida, 1985-1989. Public health physicist University South Florida Environmental Health & Safety Radiation Safety Office, since 1989.

Vice president finance Microprocessor Technology Corporation, Tampa, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Avocations: dog training, pet behavior therapy/medicine.

Membership

Coordinator Tampa Neighborhood Watch Assn, 1985-1989. Member Florida Avenue Church of Christ, teacher since 1986, visitation leader since 1986, young adult co-leader 1986. Active Northeast Tampa Church of Christ, since 1989.

Member Pre-Veterinary Society (president, vice president 1980-1984), Sigma Alpha Iota (alternate president, secretary 1980-1984). Clubs: Dog Training Tampa, (junior officer 1975-1977), Civinettes (Nashville).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: dog training, pet behavior therapy/medicine.

Connections

Married Charles Fields Rivenbark I, August 8, 1980. 1 child Charles Fields World War II.