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Mr. Bert Jenkins

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Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame

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Employment History

Endo Pharmaceuticals

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Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

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Endo Pharmaceuticals Announces Winners of the "Making a Difference" Awards : The National Pain Foundation: My Treatment

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The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, John Gold, caregiver, and Bert Jenkins, patient.

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Bert Jenkins, Hattiesburg, Miss., is the honoree in the patient category. An 80-year-old World War II veteran, Bert Jenkins lost his leg in a crude amputation at the hands of a German surgeon while a prisoner of war. Jenkins has managed his pain and the use of prosthesis through physical therapy and a determination to live a full and active life. He is a member of both the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame. In 1989, Jenkins was honored by the NCAA as the National High School Coach of the Year. He coached NBA notable Chris Jackson, who said, "Mr. Jenkins was the single most influential person in my life. His life on and off the court shows his strengths by serving as a model of endurance and recovery in the face of obstinate pain. The National Pain Foundation and the American Academy of Pain Medicine honored Mr. Jenkins as Pain Awareness Ambassador of the Year in 2005.


The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, ...

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The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, John Gold, caregiver, and Bert Jenkins, patient.

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Bert Jenkins
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An 80-year-old World War II veteran, Bert Jenkins lost a leg in a crude amputation at the hands of a German surgeon while a prisoner of war.Jenkins has managed his pain and the use of prosthesis through physical therapy and a determination to live a full and active life.He is a member of both the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame.In 1989, Jenkins was honored by the NCAA as the National High School Coach of the Year.He coached NBA notable Chris Jackson, who said, "Mr.Jenkins was the single most influential person in my life."His life on and off the court shows his strengths by serving as a model of endurance and recovery in the face of obstinate pain.


Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum | Staff

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Bert Jenkins


Endo Pharmaceuticals- Investor Relations - News Release

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The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, John Gold, caregiver, and Bert Jenkins, patient.

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An 80-year-old World War II veteran, Bert Jenkins lost a leg in a crude amputation at the hands of a German surgeon while a prisoner of war.Jenkins has managed his pain and the use of prosthesis through physical therapy and a determination to live a full and active life.He is a member of both the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame.In 1989, Jenkins was honored by the NCAA as the National High School Coach of the Year.He coached NBA notable Chris Jackson, who said, "Mr.Jenkins was the single most influential person in my life."His life on and off the court shows his strengths by serving as a model of endurance and recovery in the face of obstinate pain.


The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, ...

phx.corporate-ir.net [cached]

The winners are Chris Gatlin, professional, John Gold, caregiver, and Bert Jenkins, patient.

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Bert Jenkins Hattiesburg, Mississippi
An 80-year-old World War II veteran, Bert Jenkins lost a leg in a crude amputation at the hands of a German surgeon while a prisoner of war. Jenkins has managed his pain and the use of prosthesis through physical therapy and a determination to live a full and active life. He is a member of both the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame. In 1989, Jenkins was honored by the NCAA as the National High School Coach of the Year. He coached NBA notable Chris Jackson, who said, "Mr. Jenkins was the single most influential person in my life.

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