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Sue Mitchell Tims

Sue Mitchell Tims, American counselor, nurse. Registered Nurse Blue Mountain College, 1962, Colorado. Chairman Larimer County Women's Political Caucus, 1983; member personnel board Fort Collins; Member of National Organization of Women, American Mental Health Counselors Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Background

Tims, Sue Mitchell was born on February 16, 1941 in Grenada, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Lavern Howard and Martha Claudine (Lane) Mitchell.

Education

Bachelor, Blue Mountain College, 1965. Master of Arts, University Northern Colorado, 1982.

Career

Acting director nursing Roosevelt General Hospital, Portales, New Mexico, 1965—1966. Nurse, student health service Eastern New Mexico University, 1966—1969. Nurse Community Mental Health Center, St. Lawrence Hospital, Lansing, Michigan, 1969—1970.

Head nurse Neuropsychiat. Institute, University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1970—1971. Coordinator Infant Research Laboratory, department human development University Kansas, Lawrence, 1971—1974.

Nurse psychiatric unit Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1977—1980. Women's program coordinator Crossroads Safehouse for Battered Women, 1982—1983. Nursing care coordinator Unit, Northern Colorado Medical Center, since 1983.

Religion

Salvation is achieved through profound believe in God.

Views

The family is the basic human community through which persons are nurtured and sustained in mutual love, responsibility, respect, and fidelity.

Membership

Chairman Larimer County Women's Political Caucus, 1983. Member personnel board Fort Collins. Member of National Organization of Women, American Mental Health Counselors Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Connections

Married Frederick Curtis Tims, September 4, 1965. Children: Curt, Emily Susan.

Politics

People sometimes argue that involvement in political life involves getting our hands dirty, so is something Christians should avoid. But God is present in everything, including political institutions.