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Versie Lee Thomas, American nursing educator. Registered Nurse Florida, Georgia; American Council of Learned Societies, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor. Recipient award for poster presentation Graduate Research Seminar, Medical College Georgia, 1991.


Thomas, Versie Lee was born on November 10, 1947 in Metter, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Roy Lee Wigfall and Elizabeth (Donaldson) McFadden.


Associate Degree in Nursing, Miami Dade Community College, 1969. Bachelor of science in nursing, Armstrong State College, 1979. MSN, Valdosta State University, 1990.


Intensive Care Unit staff nurse, Miami Heart Institute, Miami Beach, Florida, 1969-1970;Cardiac Care Unit charge nurse, Miami Heart Institute, Miami Beach, 1970-1972;Intensive Care Unit staff nurse, Palmetto General Hospital, Hialeah, Florida, 1973-1976;Medical Intensive Care Unit staff nurse, Glynn Brunswick Memorial Hospital, Brunswick, Georgia, 1976-1977;assistant head nurse (telemetry unit), relief nursing supervisor, Glynn Brunswick Memorial Hospital, Brunswick, 1982-1993;office nurse manager, hospital nurse, David J. Griffin, Doctor of Medicine, Brunswick, 1977-1982;from instructor practical nursing to assistant professor nursing, Brunswick (Georgia) College, 1984-1993;nursing supervisor, S.E. Georgia Regional Medical Center, Brunswick, 1993-1994;director education & research, S.E. Georgia Regional Medical Center, Brunswick, since 1994. Member of advisory board Glynn County Board Education Health Occupations, Brunswick, since 1989. Site visitor accrediting committee Health Occupations Southern Association Colls.

& Schools, Brunswick, since 1989. Member education committee Georgia Board Nursing, Atlanta,1991-.


The teaching of the Bible is a key in understanding the way by which a person obtains salvation.


The state should not attempt to control the church, nor should the church seek to dominate the state. The separation of church and state should not be misconstrued as the abolition of all religious expression from public life.


The demands of modern life may leave someone stressed and overloaded, or isolated and feeling useless. Be persistent, and success will be definitely achieved.


Member American Diabetes Association, Brunswick, since 1986, Department Family and Children's Services, Brunswick, since 1989, vice chair, 1993-1994: advisory board Diabetes Metabolic Center, Brunswick, since 1990. I Can Cope facilitator American Cancer Society, Brunswick, 1985-1987, professional service nursing coordinator 1986, executive committee member 1986-1987. Secretary minority outreach committee, Brunswick, 1992-1993.

Trustee St. Andrew's Chicago Mercantile Exchange Church, since 1986, senior usher board, since 1988. Member American Nurses Association, Georgia Nurses Association (executive board member), Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Theta Tau, Inc.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, outdoor sports, traveling.


Married Willie Frank Thomas May 5, 1973 (deceased April 8, 1989). 1 child, Tamara.