Angie Smith has been married for 22 years and is a working mother of three children. She was a long time 911 dispatcher in Northeast Indiana, before staying home to raise her children. In 2015, after all of her children were in school, she decided to go back to school herself to become a nurse.
Angie graduated in 2017 with a degree as a Registered Nurse and is currently a nurse at Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in Angola, Indiana, on the medical surgical floor and also in the emergency department.
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