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Sharon Marie Sutton

Sharon Marie Sutton, American emergency services nurse. Registered Nurse, New York.

Background

Sutton, Sharon Marie was born on December 16, 1952 in Niskayuna, New York, United States. Daughter of John Arthur Bond Sutton and Marie Regina Coyle.

Education

Associate of Applied Science in Nursing, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, New York, 1973. Bachelor in Political Science/Economics, Union College, Schenectady, New York, 1988.

Career

Staff nurse/nursing supervisor Hallmark Nursing Center, Schenectady, 1974-1978. Staff nurse St. Clares Hospital, 1977-1984, Albany (New York ) Medical Center, 1985, Tri-Cities Nurses Registry, Latham, New York, 1985-1987. General staff nurse Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, 1987—2000.

President International Commerce Group, since 1989. Associate nurse manager Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, 1995-1997. Nurse emergency department Good Hope Hospital, Erwin, North Carolina, since 2001.

Marketing consultant, since 1988.

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.

Views

Church decisions should be made as openly as possible, giving opportunities for all to contribute. It is important for all views to be heard and taken seriously, especially where Christians disagree.

Membership

Co-chair Schenectady County Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Task Force, 1994—1999. Volunteer Talking with Kids about Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Schenectady County/Cornell Cooperative, 1994—1999, board director, 1996—1999, secretary, 1997—1999. Administrative board Methodist Church.

American Association Critical Care Nurses.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, reading, walking, swimming, bicycling.

Connections

Married Jeffrey Glenn Schneider, January 13, 1972 (divorced March 1975). 1 child, David Matthew.

Politics

The state should not use its authority to promote any particular religious belief. It should allow people practice their own religious convictions.