Tina Wesson currently works as a
private duty C.N.A. nurse while also working as a full-time mom.
Formerly, she worked as a community education director, flight
attendant, substitute teacher and a swimming instructor. Wesson
obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in therapeutic recreation from
the University of Tennessee in 1983. An avid athlete, she is most
proud of having completed the Dublin, Ireland Marathon, placed first
in the Tennessee State Racquetball Tournament and placed first in her
age division in her hometown mini-triathlon, all in the same year
(1998). Her quest in life continues to be to "live the life less
Wesson describes herself as happy, content, adventurous, outgoing, and
very much in love. Her favorite hobbies are racquetball, paddleball ,
running, swimming, and motorcycling. Her favorite television show is
Rosie, while her favorite feature films are Out of Africa and
Shadowlands. She prefers classic, contemporary Christian, and pop rock
music, citing Match Box 20 as her favorite band. While rooting for the
University of Tennessee Volunteers, she's always game for a round of
Balderdash. Her perfect day consists of eating a good breakfast
followed by a ride on her motorcycle to the mountains with her husband
and her best friend. After a hike, she'd play racquetball, take a
shower, have dinner, see a movie while eating a big bag of popcorn and
then head home to bed. She's an early riser.
Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Wesson currently resides
there with her husband, Dale, and her two children, Katie and Taylor.
She is a member of the Outstanding Young Women of America and the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Her birth date is December 26.