Officers and Board of Directors

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Officers and Board of Directors


PRESIDENT

Quentin F. Urquhart, Jr., New Orleans, Louisiana USA

PRESIDENT-ELECT

Molly H. Craig, Charleston, South Carolina USA

VICE PRESIDENT OF CORPORATE

Connie Lewis Lensing, Memphis, Tennessee USA

VICE PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL

Pamela McGovern, Montreal, Quebec Canada

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

William J. Perry, London, England

VICE PRESIDENT OF INSURANCE

Daniel M. Zureich, Cary, North Carolina USA

SECRETARY-TREASURER

Joseph E. O'Neil, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

DIRECTORS

TERMS ENDING JULY 2013

Daniel K. Cray

Chicago, Illinois USA

Anton G. Maurer

Stuttgart, Germany

Nancy M. Erfle

Portland, Oregon USA

Fred M. (Tripp) Haston, III

Birmingham, Alabama USA

TERMS ENDING JULY 2014

Kathleen J. Maus

Tallahassee, Florida USA

TERMS ENDING JULY 2015

John T. Lay

Columbia, South Carolina USA

Susan C. Roney

Buffalo, New York USA

W. Thomas Slier, Jr.

Jackson, Mississippi USA

Kenneth R. Meyer

Morristown, New Jersey USA

PAST PRESIDENTS

1920-23          MYRON W VAN AUKEN
1923-26          MARTIN P. CORNELIUS
1926-32          EDWIN A. JONES
1932-34          GEORGE W. YANCEY
1934-35          WALTER R. MAYNE
1935-36          J. ROY DICKIE
1936-37          MARION N. CHRESTMAN
1937-38          P.E. REEDER
1938-39          MILO H. CRAWFORD
1939-40          GERALD P. HAYES
1940-41          OSCAR J. BROWN
1941-43          WILLIS SMITH
1943-44          PAT H. EAGER, JR.
1944-46          E B. BAYLOR
1946-47          PAUL J. McGOUGH
1947-48          LOWELL WHITE
1948-49          KENNETH P. GRUBB
1949-50          L. DUNCAN LLOYD
195O-51          WAYNE E. STRICHTER
1951-52          JOSEPH A. SPRAY
1952-53          ALVIN R. CHRISTOVICH
1953-54          J. … 

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