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Millard Fillmore Wilson

Millard Fillmore Wilson, American educator, management consultant.

Background

  • Wilson, Millard Fillmore was born on October 16, 1911 in Sanderson, Florida, United States. Son of George Washington and Martha Christopher (Houston) Wilson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Engineering, University Florida, 1939, Master of Education, 1940. Postgraduate Duke University, 1941. D.B.A. (honorary), Catawba College, 1981.

    Career

    • Instructor Andrew Jackson School, Jacksonville, Florida, 1940-1944, dean of men, 1944-1948. Associate professor commerce Catawba College, Salisbury, North Carolina, 1948-1979, professor emeritus, since 1979, director placement office, 1948-1978, chairman department commerce, 1950-1979, chairman emeritus, since 1979. President, director Doctor Millard Wilson and Associates, management consultant, since 1979.

      President, Rowan County Inter-Civic Council, Rowan County Friends of Library. Board directors North Carolina Association Friends of North Carolina Libraries. Member national speakers bureau Boy Scouts American, vice chairman Rowan County council.

      Member Rowan County Blind Council. Named Rowan County Man of Year, 1967.

    Membership

    Member national speakers bureau Boy Scouts American, vice chairman Rowan County council. Member Rowan County Blind Council. Named Rowan County Man of Year, 1967.

    Member American Academy Political and Social Science, Southern Economic Association, Administrative Management Society (executive vice president, treasurer), Sales-Marketing Executives. Mason ( Knights Templar, Shriner), Lion (president Salisbury, zone chairman, district governor, international counselor). Club: Salisbury Country (director).

    Connections

    • Married Helen P. Brown, September 20.
    • father: George Washington Wilson
    • mother: Martha Christopher (Houston) Wilson
    • spouse: Helen P. Brown
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