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Weegie Chappell, American nurse, paralegal. Registered Nurse, Texas. Named an Outstanding Young Woman of America. Member choir for Pope John Paul's visit, San Antonio; lector, eucharistic minister Cathedral Immaculate Conception, Tyler. Second lieutenant United States Air Force, 1967-1968. Member Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Chi.

Background

Chappell, Weegie was born on July 6, 1943 in Pineland, Texas, United States.

Education

Diploma, Texas Eastern School Nursing, Tyler, 1964. Associate of Science in Nursing, Tyler Junior College, 1973. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Texas, Tyler, 1977.

Career

Director medical-surgical, Intensive Care Unit, Medical Center Hospital, Tyler, 1978-1981;nurse administrator, Visiting Nurses East Texas, Tyler, 1982-1984;director nursing service, Gladewater (Texas) Memorial Hospital, 1985-1986;Registered Nurse paralegal, Potter, Guinn, Minton, Roberts & Davis, Professional Corporation, Tyler, 1986-1991;Registered Nurse paralegal, Grainger, Howard, Davis & Ace, Professional Corporation, Tyler, 1991-1993;owner, DPX, Inc., since 1993.

Membership

Member choir for Pope John Paul's visit, San Antonio. Lector, eucharistic minister Cathedral Immaculate Conception, Tyler. Second lieutenant United States Air Force, 1967-1968.

Member Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Chi.

Connections

Daughter of John Daniel and Ruth (Baker) C.