Working in the service of others is a career hallmark of Ann Coyle. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, is where she currently calls home, but in 1988 she joined the Maine Army National Guard, serving her country as a Field Medical Officer with the 314th Medical Company. Anne Coyle’s duties included ensuring mission readiness for a ground ambulance platoon with 20 members. Ann Coyle of Lebanon honed her unit to a high degree of proficiency by implementing successful training and instructional exercises. Under Ann Coyle’s leadership, her platoon achieved the highest training rates in the company. She also served as Executive Officer, Logistics Officer, Unit Drug Control Officer, and Athletic Officer while in the National Guard. Additionally, she worked as an Intensive Care Unit Secretary with Maine Medical Center and the Eastern Maine Medical Center, in Portland and Bangor, Maine, respectively. From 1989 to 1992, Ann Coyle worked as a licensed Emergency Medical Technician for several Maine communities. During the summer of 1986, Ann Coyle provided nursing care for mothers in labor, taking part in more than 35 deliveries. Following her work in the health care field, Ann Coyle went back to school to get her law degree. She graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in Portland with a Juris Doctor in May 1999. For Ann Coyle, Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania, is her current residence, a town slightly outside of Lebanon.