Roslyn C. Tyler – Biographical Profile and Positions on the Issues

Currently Elected House Of Delegates 75th District, Virginia

Democratic Party of Virginia
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Biographical
General (political statement of goals, objectives, views, philosophies)

Everyday I work hard to make a difference for Southside and the Commonwealth of Virginia. I am a dedicated public servant, medical professional and cares deeply about our families. It is a honor to serve our communities in the Virginia General Assembly and it is a responsibility I take very seriously.

I need your help to provide the best representation that I can in Richmond.

Personal (gender, age, marital status, spouse's name and age, children's name and ages, home town, current residence)

Born: Greensville County, VA, July 18, 1961

Spouse: Rufus Edmond Tyler, Sr.

Children: Rufus, Jr., Ronecia, Rosche', and Rameka

Education (times and places of schools, colleges, major, degrees, activities, sports)

Virginia State University (B.S., Biology, 1982; M.Ed., Education, 1995)

Old Dominion University (B.S., Physical Therapy, 1986)

Virginia Commonwealth University (pursuing Ph.D., Physical Therapy, 2007)

Profession (professional and work experience outside politics)

Physical therapist

Civic (past and present organizations, charities involvement)

American Physical Therapy Association

Sussex County Board of Social Services

Head Start Health Advisory Board

Boys & Girls Club of Emporia/Greensville County (board of directors)

Emporia/Greensville County Rotary

Political (dates and titles of previously held political offices)

Sussex County Board of Supervisors (1985-96)

Religion (current and past religious affiliations, beliefs)

Chapel Hill Baptist Church

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church

Reasons & Objectives
Areas to Concentrate On

Health

Education

Military

Source: roslyntyler.com/home_0.html (10/25/2009)

Why I Am Running for Public Office

Everyday I work hard to make a difference for Southside and the Commonwealth of Virginia. I am a dedicated public servant, medical professional and cares deeply about our families. It is a honor to serve our communities in the Virginia General Assembly and it is a responsibility I take very seriously.

Source: roslyntyler.com/home_0.html (10/25/2009)

Achievements If Elected

Everyday I work hard to make a difference for Southside and the Commonwealth of Virginia. I am a dedicated public servant, medical professional and cares deeply about our families. It is a honor to serve our communities in the Virginia General Assembly and it is a responsibility I take very seriously.

Source: roslyntyler.com/home_0.html (10/25/2009)

Economy
Virginia Economy, a General Statement

Extends the employment protections for service in state duty to service under Title 32 of the United States Code. Upon return to duty, a guardsman would have 14 days to make written application to his previous employer for reemployment. The Code currently requires such application to be made within five days. In addition, the bill would add attorney fees and costs to the damages recoverable for violation of these employment provisions.

Source: leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?071+sum+hb2809 (10/25/2009)

Schools & Education
Education, a General Statement

Encourages local school divisions to continue efforts to address childhood obesity.

Source: leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?071+sum+hj727 (10/25/2009)

Health
Virginia Health, a General Statement

Designates the third week in September, in 2007 and in each succeeding year, as Healthy Virginians/Healthy Students Week in Virginia.

Encourages local school divisions to continue efforts to address childhood obesity.

Source: leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe? (10/25/2009)

Jobs
Virginia Jobs, a General Statement

Extends the employment protections for service in state duty to service under Title 32 of the United States Code. Upon return to duty, a guardsman would have 14 days to make written application to his previous employer for reemployment. The Code currently requires such application to be made within five days. In addition, the bill would add attorney fees and costs to the damages recoverable for violation of these employment provisions.

Source: leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?071+sum+hb2809 (10/25/2009)

Veterans
Veterans, a General Statement

Extends the employment protections for service in state duty to service under Title 32 of the United States Code. Upon return to duty, a guardsman would have 14 days to make written application to his previous employer for reemployment. The Code currently requires such application to be made within five days. In addition, the bill would add attorney fees and costs to the damages recoverable for violation of these employment provisions.

Source: leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?071+sum+hb2809 (10/25/2009)

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