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Michael L. Upchurch, age 23. Address Route 6, Box 86, Chapel Hill,
N. C.



ALFRED CLEMENTS DAVIS

CONTROLLER STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

(Appointed by the State Board of Education)

Alfred Clements Davis, Democrat, was born in Hillsborough,
N. C, June 27, 1915. Son of James Arthur and Myrtle (Neigh-
bours) Davis. Attended Hillsborough Elementary and High School,
1921-1931; University of North Carolina, 1931-1936, B.S. degree
in Commerce, 1936. Member North Carolina Education Associa-
tion; National Education Association; American Association of
School Administrators; North Carolina State Employees Associa-
tion. Delegate to the White House Conference on Education, 1955;
served on several committees with the United States Office of Edu-
cation in development of handbooks in the State Education Records
and Reports series. Employed in the Department of Public In-



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struction as Accountant, 193G-1941 and as Director of Division of
Finance and Statistics, 1941-1943; employed by State Board of
Education as Assistant Director of the Division of Auditing and
Accounting-, 1943-1949, and as Director, 1949-19()0. Appointed
Controller, State Board of Education, July 21, 1960. Methodist;
member Board of Stewards; Board of Trustees of Methodist Re-
tirement Homes, Inc. Married Mabel Watson Kenyon of Raleigh,
August 12, 1939. Children: Julia, Jimmy and Walter. Address:
2818 Fowler Avenue, Raleigh, N. C.



JAMES HOGARTH

PHYSICAL PLANT DIRECTOR

(Appointed by the Director Department of Administration)

James Hogarth, Democrat, was born in Trinity East, New-
foundland, Canada, October 2, 1907. Son of William John and
Elizabeth (Randall) Hogarth. Attended Trinity East School, grad-
uating in 1925. Past President of Cary Exchange Club; Past Sec-
retary of Men's Horticulture Club of Wake County; Past District
Commissioner of Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Member of Town of Cary Board for approximately 12 years;
served as Mayor Pro Tem and as Mayor of Cary, 1962. Member of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church; formerly Warden and Treasurer and
now Vestryman. Married Gertrude Tanner, August 28, 1945. One
son, William Randall Hogarth. Address: 309 Oak Ridge Road,
Cary, N. C. 27511.



JACOB KOOMEN (M.D., M.P.H.)

STATE HEALTH DIRECTOR AND SECRETARY-TREASURER
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH

(Appointed by the North Carolina State Board of Health)

Jacob Koomen, Democrat, was born in Bristol, N. Y., September
18, 1917. Son of Jacob and Eva (Brunschoten) Koomen. Attended



Biographical Sketches 571

Pittsford High School, Pittsford, N. Y., 1930-1934; University
of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y., B.S. degree, 1939; University of
Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, M.D., 1945; Univer-
sity of North Carolina, School of Public Health, M.P.H., 1957.
Member American Public Health Assn.; American Medical Assn.;
Association of State Health Officers; Conference of State & Provin-
cial Health Directors; Southern Medical Assn.; North Carolina
Public Health Assn. ; Medical Society of the State of North Caro-
olina; North Carolina Health Council; Wake County Medical
Society; Raleigh Academy of Medicine; North Carolina Tuber-
culosis Assn. ; North Carolina Academy of Public Health. Received
Reynolds Award, North Carolina Public Health Assn., 1960. Author
of approximately fifteen papers in various subjects related to public
health. Served as Senior Surgeon, U. S. Public Health Service.
Active Duty, 1954-1956, Inactive Reserve since 1956. Member
White Memorial Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, N. C; Deacon,
1962-1964; Elder, 1964-1969. Married Ruth Elinor Chapin, August
27, 1943. Children: John Chapin, born August 10, 1945; Marcia
Anne, born February 20, 1948; Nancy Carol, born December 3,
1952; Neil Chapin, born January 28, 1956. Address: 909 Dogwood
Lane, Raleigh, N. C.



CAMERON PRITCHETT WEST

DIRECTOR NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION

(Appointed by the Board)

Cameron Pritchett West, Democrat, was born in Walstonburg,
N. C, March 27, 1921. Son of Ray and Virginia (Moore) West.
Attended Walstonburg High School, graduated, 1938; B.A., Uni-
versity of N. C, 1942; M.A., University of N. C, 1951; Ed.D.,
1956, University of North Carolina. Member State Advisory
Council on Teacher Education of the State Board of Education;
Educational Television Advisory Council of the University of North
Carolina; Community College Advisory Council; Chairman, Com-
mittee on Christian Higher Education and Campus Ministry and
member, Board of Education, North Carolina Conference of the
United Methodist Church and member, Regional Commission on



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Christian Hig-her Education and Campus Ministry; LINC Board
of Directors; Chairman, LINC Personnel Committee; Manpower
Sub-Task Force, State Planninji' Task Force; Board of Directors,
Regional Education Laboratory for the Carolinas and Virginia;
Model Cities Planning- Task Force Committee; Secretary, Citizens
Advisory Committee on the General Assembly of North Carolina;
Education Commission of the States; Vice Chairman, State Higher
Education Executive Officer's Association ; and Chairman, Com-
mittee on Federal Relations, State Higher Education Executive
Officer's Association. U. S. Army Air Force, 1942-1946. School
Administrator, Fairmont, 1946-1950 and Jacksonville, 1950-1955;
Kellogg Research Associate, UNC-CH 1955-1956; Professor and
Chairman, Division of Education, Pfeiffer College, Misenheimer,
1956-1960; Exec. Sec. and Consultant, General Assembly Commis-
sion for Study of Teacher Merit Pay, 1960-1961; Academic Dean,
Pfeiffer College, 1960-1966; Associate Director, N. C. Board of
Higher Education, May, 1966- November 30, 1968; Director, N. C.
Board of Higher Education, December 1, 1968 until present. Mem-
ber Highland Methodist Church. Married Florence Grace Creech,
October 10, 1942. Children: John Cameron, Thomas Roswell and
Sarah Elizabeth. Address: 3312 Mesa Court, Raleigh, N. C.



GEORGE SPICER WILLOUGHBY, JR.

state highway administrator
(Appointed by the State Highway Commission)

George Spicer Willoughby, Jr., Democrat, was born in Dunn,
N. C, March 14, 1932. Son of David A. Wilson (Stepfather), and
Myrtle Lee. Attended Dunn High School, 1946-1950; Campbell
(Junior) College, Buies Creek, N. C; Atlantic Christian College,
Wilson, N. C, A.B. degree. Business Administration, 1957. Member
American Association of State Highway Officials; Southeastern
Association of State Highway Officials. Past President and cur-
rently Director, Atlantic Christian College Alumni Assn.; mem-
ber Atlantic Christian College Board of Trustees. Served in U.S.
Army, June, 1953 to May, 1955; enlisted. Corporal. Member Hillyer
Memorial Christian Church, Raleigh, N. C. Married Blanch Wil-
liams, November 26, 1960. One son, George Spicer, III, and one



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daughter, Hannah Lee. Address: 5005 Rembert Drive, Raleigh,

N. C.



WILLIAM PHILIP GARRISS

CONTROLLER STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION

(Appointed by the State Highway Commission)

William Philip Garriss, Democrat, was born in McFarland,
Anson County, N. C, May 12, 1921. Son of Daniel Franklin and
Effie Irene (Moore) Garriss. Attended McFarland Public School,
1927-1931; Wadesboro City Schools, 1931-1939; Duke University,
A.B. degree with major in accounting, 1948; University of North
Carolina School of Business Administration for MBA Program
in Public Finance, 1953-1954. Staff Sergeant in U.S. Army, 1942-
1946. Member First Presbyterian Church of Raleigh, N. C. Married
Phyllis L. Weyer, August 28, 1954. Children: Daniel, Meredith
and Margaret. Address: 3400 Merriman Ave., Raleigh, N. C.



WILLIAM FREEMAN HENDERSON

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL CARE COMMISSION

(Appointed by the Commission)

William Freeman Henderson, Democrat, was born in Jackson-
ville, N. C, October 27, 1913. Son of Thomas M. and Viola (Free-
man) Henderson. Attended the Jacksonville High School, 1927-
1931; University of North Carolina, A.B., 1935; University of
North Carolina Graduate School, 1937-1938. Member North Caro-
lina Hospital Association; American Public Health Association;
Past President American Association for Hospital Planning; past
President State and Territorial Hospital and Medical Facilities
Survey and Construction Authorities; chairman of Board of Direc-
tors Association for the North Carolina Regional Medical Pro-
gram ; member Governor's Advisory Council on Comprehensive
Health Planning. Served in the following positions: Associate



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Superintendent North Carolina Children's Home Society; Admin-
istrator Onslow County Hospital and Assistant Administrator
Moore County Hospital at Pinehui'st. Lambda Chi Alpha Frater-
nity, University of North Carolina, President, 1935. Served in
U.S. Army, 1942-1945. Presbyterian. Married Mary Ruth Bruton,
May 23, 1941. Children: Thomas Michael Henderson and William
Bruton Henderson. Address: 4937 Hermitage Drive, Raleigh, N. C.



JAMES WARREN DAVIS

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NORTH CAROLINA STATE PORTS AUTHORITY

(Appointed by the State Ports Authority)

James Warren Davis, Democrat, was born in Glassport, Penn-
sylvania, April 9, 1913. Son of Chas. Campbell and Grace Margaret
(Leathers) Davis. Attended Glassport Graded Schools, 1918-1927;
Glassport High School, 1927-1931; N. C. State College, B.S. degree
in Forestry, 1937. Member American Society of Civil Engineers;
Society of American Military Engineers; American Association
of Port Authorities; South Atlantic Ports Association; Regional
Export Expansion Council. Baptist. Married Margaret DeLois
Osborne of Winston-Salem. Three daughters. Address: Wilming-
ton, N. C.



WILLIAM HARRIS GIBSON

DIRECTOR STATE PROBATION COMMISSION

(Appointed by the North Carolina State Probation Commission)

William Harris Gibson, Democrat, was born in Scotland County,
N. C, April 23, 1908. Son of William Davis and Anna (Seals;
Gibson. Attended Wagram High School, 1914-1925; Wake Forest
College, A.B. degree, 1929; M.A. degree, 1942. Member Society of
Former Special Agents of F.B.I. ; Southern States Probation and
Parole Association; Raleigh Rotary Club. Representative from
Scotland County in the North Carolina General Assembly, 1935.



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Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1942-1956; Di-
rector of Athletics, Wake Forest College, 1956-1964. Member Ridge
Road Baptist Church, Raleigh, N. C. Married Susan Bradsher
Hester of Roxboro, N. C, 1935. Address: 2209 Lash Avenue,
Raleigh, N. C.



CARROLL L. MANN, JR.

STATE PROPERTY OFFICER

(Appointed by the Director Department of Administration)

Carroll L. Mann, Jr., Democrat, was born in Raleigh, N. C,
October 24, 1911. Son of Carroll L. and Yanita (Cribbs) Mann.
Attended Hugh Morson High School, 1924-1928; North Carolina
State University, Raleigh, N. C, B.S. degree, Civil Engineering,
1932; Princeton University, Princeton, N. J., C.E. degree. Civil
Engineering, 1933. Member Society of Civil Engineers (President,
North Carolina Section, American Society of Civil Engineers,
1952) ; North Carolina Society of Engineers (President, 1953) ;
Professional Engineers of North Carolina (Vice President, Central
Carolina Chapter, 1956) ; Raleigh Engineers Club. Member Tau
Beta Pi, Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi, Chi Epsilon, hon-
orary scholastic societies. Served vi^ith North Carolina State High-
way Commission; U.S. Forest Service; U.S. Corp of Engineers;
N. C. Department of Conservation and Development; Housing
Authority, City of Raleigh. Eight years of private practice of
engineering; sixteen years as Professor of Civil Engineering at
N.C. State University at Raleigh. Entered military service as
Commissioned Officer, October, 1940; discharged as Lt. Col., Corp
of Engineers, October, 1945. Member St. Michael's Episcopal
Church, Raleigh, N. C. Married Mary Jayne Hutchins, May 12,
1933. Two sons. Dr. Carroll L. Mann III, neuro-surgeon, Raleigh,
N. C; E. J. H. Mann, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Mich.; one
daughter, Edith Jayne Mann (Mrs. Lee M. Sessions, Jr.), Atlanta,
Ga. Address: 1412 Canterbury Road, Raleigh, N. C. 27608.



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CLIFTON MORTON CRAIG

COMMISSIONER OP SOCIAL SERVICES

(Appointed by the State Board of Social Services)

Clifton Morton Ci-aig', Democrat, was born in Durham, N. C,
August 4, 1918. Son of Clifton M. and Hester (Billings) Craig.
Attended University of North Carolina, B.S. degree in Commerce,
1939; George Washington University, 1952, Master Business Ad-
ministration; U.S. Navy Postgraduate School (ComptroUership) ;
U.S. Air Force Radar School; U.S. Army Communication School;
I.B.M. Executive Course. Colonel U.S. Marine Corps, active duty,
1940-1962; placed on retired list, 1965. Prior to retirement was
a member of Secretary of Defense Staff, and made management
studies for the Secretary of Defense. Industrial Director, Durham
Chamber of Commerce, 1962-1965; Assistant Commissioner of
Public Welfare, 1965-1966; Appointed Commissioner in 1966. Mem-
ber American Public Welfare Association. Serves as Chairman
of N. C. Eugenics Board. Compact Administrator of the Interstate
Compact on Juveniles. Member of Governor's Coordinating Coun-
cil on Aging, Governor's Advisory Council on Comprehensive
Health Planning, Governor's Council on Juvenile Delinquency.
Chief of State Civil Defense Welfare Services. Member of: Com-
mittee on Population and the Family, North Carolina Board of
Juvenile Correction, North Carolina Medical Care Commission,
North Carolina Mental Health Council, Joint Committee for the
Health Care of the Chronically 111 and Aging, North Carolina
Conference for Social Service, State Emergency Resource Plan-
ning Committee, Governor's Management Development Review
Committee, North Carolina Council of the National Council on
Crime and Delinquency, Task Force — Delivery of Primary Health
Services of the Task Force, Comprehensive Health Planning Tech-
nical Committee. Honorary member State Board of Parents and
Teachers and State Board of Managers. Chairman, National
Emergency Welfare Services Committee of the American Public
Welfare Association. Member of Benson Memorial United Church.
Raleigh, N. C. Married Gertrude Iredale of Philadelphia, July 24,
1950. One son, age 13 and one daughter, age 9. Address: 5706
Deblyn Avenue, Raleigh, N. C.



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ROSCOE DRAKE McMILLAN, JR.

STATE PURCHASING OFFICER

(Appointed by the Director Department of Administration)

Roscoe Drake McMillan, Jr., Democrat, was born in Red Springs,
N. C, June 11, 1913. Son of Roscoe Drake and Gertrude Anne
(Garrison) McMillan. Attended Red Springs High School, 1926-
1930; University of North Carolina, B.S. in Commerce, 1934.
President, R. D. McMillan, Inc., farm machinery and automobile
dealers. Town Commissioner of Red Springs, 1947-1953, and Mayor,
1953-1959. Member Masonic Order; American Legion; Veterans of
Foreign Wars; President, Red Springs Rotary Club, 1948; Presi-
dent, Red Springs Chamber of Commerce, 1961 ; President UNC
Robeson County Alumni Association, 1960; Director Red Springs
Federal Savings and Loan Association; Director, and former
President, N.C. Automobile Dealers Association; Director, First
Union National Bank, Red Springs, N. C; Trustee, University
of North Carolina; Trustee of N.C. Cancer Hospital; Trustee of
Pembroke State University. Captain, U.S. Naval Reserve with
World War II service, 1942-1945. Representative in the General
Assembly of 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967 and 1969. Presbyterian; Com-
missioner to General Assembly of Presbyterian Church, U.S., 1952-
1953; Moderator of Fayetteville Presbytery, 1956. Children: Ros-
coe Drake McMillan III, and Mrs. Richard Hardaway Monroe.
Married Elizabeth Dixon Herring, September 19, 1970. Address:
525 Wade Avenue, Apartment 42, Raleigh, N. C.



COLLIN McKINNE

DIRECTOR NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

(Appointed by the Board)

Collin McKinne, Democrat, was born in Louisburg, N. C, Jan-
uary 27, 1921. Son of Malcolm and Ethelynd (Peterson) McKinne.
Attended Mills Elementary School of Louisburg, 1927-1935; Webb
School, Bell Buckle, Tenn., 1935-1939; N. C. State College, B.S. in
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General Staff College, U.S. Army. Member Board of Alcoholic
Control of Town of Louisburg; Secretary-Treasurer Franklin
County Youth Democratic Club, 1953-1954; Deputy State Director
of Civil Defense, 1954-1955. Appointed Director North Carolina
Department of Veterans Affairs, October 15, 1957. Served in
European Theatre of Operations, U.S. Army, World War II;
member N. C. National Guard since World War II and presently
commanding officer 30th Infantry Division Artillery, with rank
of Colonel. Member Kappa Sigma; American Legion; Forty &
Eight; Veterans of Foreign Wars; American Veterans of World
War II. Episcopalian; Vestryman, St. Paul's Episcopal Church of
Louisburg. Married Betty C. Hochenedel of Houma, La., March
18, 1944. Two daughters, Jane Elliott and Elizabeth Peterson.
Address: Louisburg, N. C.



GEORGE EUGENE PICKETT

DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND AIR RESOURCES

(Appointed by the North Carolina Board of Water and

Air Resources)

George Eugene Pickett, Democrat, was born in Durham, N. C,
October 20, 1907. Son of Henry Saunders and Betty (Ward)
Pickett, both deceased. Attended Fuller School, Durham, N. C,
1914-1921; Central High School, Durham, 1921-1926; N. C. State
University, 1930, B.S. in Engineering; University of Pittsburgh,
Advance Management, MPE-15, 1955. Member Phi Kappa Phi,
National Society of Professional Engineers of North Carolina;
American Society of Civil Engineers; Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers;
Raleigh Lions Club. Served in U.S. Army 1940-1962, Colonel. Mem-
ber Edenton Street Methodist Church; member Board of Stewards
since 1964 (now Administrative Board). Married Queoga Ward,
October 8, 1926. Two sons: George E. Pickett, Jr., Raleigh, N. C,
and J. Dan Pickett, Raleigh, N.C. Address: 3308 Felton Place,
Raleigh, N. C.



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS APPOINTED BY

HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS, BOARDS

OR COMMISSIONS

(With no approving authority)



HOUSTON GWYNNE JONES

DIRECTOR, STATE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY

(Appointed by the Executive Board of the Department)

Houston Gwynne Jones was born in Caswell County, N. C,
January 7, 1924. Son of Paul Hosier and Lemma Sue (Fowlkes)
Jones. Attended Cobb Memorial High School, Ruffin, N. C, 1930-
1941; Appalachian State University, B.S., 1949; George Peabody
College, M.A., 1950; Duke University, Ph.D., 1965; additional
graduate work at New York University; Certificate in Archival
Administration from The American University, 1957. Served as
editor of weekly newspaper, 1949; Professor History and Political
Science in colleges in North Carolina and Georgia, 1950-1956 ;
State Archivist of North Carolina, 1956-1968. Member Society of
American Archivists (Fellow since 1961, Treasurer, 1961-1967,
Vice President, 1967-1968 and President, 1968-1969) ; American
Historical Association; National Trust for Historic Preservation;
American Association for State and Local History; National
Microfilm Association; Special Libraries Association; Historical
Society of North Carolina; North Carolina Literary and Historical
Association. Secretary of the Joint Committee on the Status of
the National Archives, 1937-1968; Consultant on Archival and
Historical Matters with the States of Florida, California and
Virginia, 1966-1968; member of the Council, Institute of Early
American History & Culture; member, Editorial Board, WILLIAM
AND MARY QUARTERLY; member of Advisory Committee of
the BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE AMERICAN REV-
OLUTION. Editor-in-Chief, NORTH CROLINA HISTORICAL
REVIEW. Editor, GUIDE TO STATE AND PROVINCIAL
ARCHIVAL AGENCIES (1961); Co-editor, UNION LIST OF

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NORTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPERS, 1751-1900 (1963) ; Author
of BEDFORD BROWN: STATE RIGHTS UNIONIST (1955;
winner of R.D.W. Connor Award) ; Author of FOR HISTORY'S
SAKE (1966; winner of Waldo Gifford Leland Prize and Award of
Merit of the American Association for State and Local History) ;
Author of THE RECORDS OF A NATION (1969). Served as
Sonarnian and Yeoman in the U.S. Navy, 1942-1946, in European
and Asiatic theatres of combat; wounded at invasion of Anzio,
Italy. Member United Church of Raleigh. Single. Address: c/o
State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, N.C.



CHARLES WHITSON STANFORD

DIRECTOR NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM OF ART

(Elected by the Board of Trustees North Carolina Museum of Art)

Charles W^hitson Stanford, Democrat, was born in Durham,
N. C, September 13, 1924. Son of Charles W. and Mary Willcox
(Mclver) Stanford. Attended University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, N. C, A.B. degree, 1947; Princeton University, Graduate
School, Department of Art and Archaeology, 1949-1953; Columbia
University, Teachers College, New York, 1948-1949; University
of North Carolina, summer session, 1949. Member Association of
Art Museum Directors; American Association of Art Museums;
College Art Assn.; North Carolina Museums' Council; North Caro-
lina State Art Society. Recipient, North Carolina Award in Fine
Arts, 1969. Author of Masterpieces in the North Carolina Museum
of Art, 2 volumes, 1966; Selections from British and American
Painting and Sculpture, 2 volumes, 1967. Periodicals: "The Mu-
seum of Art, A Cultural Achievement," North Carolina Educa-
tion, 1958; "Catalogue of Inauguaral Loan Exhibition," Green-
ville Art Center, Greenville, N. C, 1960; "A John Elliott Mirror,"
North Carolina Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol. 5, Nos. 1 «& 2, 1964-
1965; "A Museum Gallery for the Blind," Museum News, 1966;
"They Find Beauty in the Dark," Reader's Digest, 1967; "Know-
ing Art in a Museum through the Perception of Touch," North
Carolina Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol. Ill, No. 2, 1968. Curator
of Education, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, N. C,



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1958-1970; Founder of Mary Duke Biddle Gallery for the Blind
(first gallery for the blind in any art museum), 1966; Originated
program for the deaf in North Carolina Museum of Art. Vice
Chairman, Executive Mansion Fine Arts Commission. Member
Board of Directors, North Carolina State Symphony Society;
Board of Directors, Historic Hillsborough Commission; Advisory
Board, N. C. Educational Television; Advisory Board, Division
of Humanities, Department of Public Instruction; Advisory Board,
N. C. State Art Society. Member Bethlehem Presbyterian Church,
Chapel Hill, N. C. Address: "Redfields," Route 1, Box 79, Chapel
Hill, N. C.



WILBUR EMANUEL EARLY

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NORTH CAROLINA STATE COMMISSION

FOR THE BLIND

(Appointed by the Commission)

Wilbur Emanuel Early, Democrat, was born June 1, 1935. Son of
Julius Herbert and Claudia (Ball) Early. Attended Hugh Morrison
High School, 1951; Wake Forest High School, 1949-1952; Wake
Forest University, 1952-1956, B.B.A. degree; Management Seminar,
Asheville-Biltmore College (now University of North Carolina at
Asheville), 1968. Member Raleigh Jaycees; N. C. Jaycees; Associa-
tion of Paroling Authorities; American Association of Workers for
the Blind; National Rehabilitation Assn.; Wake Community Lions
Club; North Carolina Association of Workers for the Blind; North
Carolina Chapter of American Association of Workers for the
Blind; North Carolina Rehabilitation Assn.; North Carolina
Sheriffs Assn.; Board of North Carolina Association for the Blind;
State Vice President North Carolina Jaycees, 1967; selected Out-
standing State Vice President, North Carolina Jaycees, 1967-1968;
Key Man Award, Raleigh Jaycees, 1963 ; Secretary, North Carolina
Jaycees, 1969. Member Alpha Kappa Psi National Business Fra-
ternity; Wildwood Country Club; Oak Park Swim Club. Field In-
spector, Purchase and Contract Division, Department of Admin-
istration, 1959-1962; Purchasing Agent for Term Contracts, Pur-



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chase and Contract Division, Department of Administration, 1962-
1966; Supervisor of Term Contracts, Purchase and Contract Divi-
sion, Department of Administration, 1966-1968; Assistant Direc-
tor, Department of Local Affairs, 1969; Administrative Assistant,
North Carolina Board of Paroles, 1969-1970. Served in U. S. Navy,
1956-1958, Supply Corps. Member United Trinity Methodist Church,
served on Official Board. Married Mary Lane Mordecai, July 15,
1961. One daughter, Elizabeth Lane, age 15 months. Address: 4805



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