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Charles Cranston Mottley

Charles Cranston Mottley, American investment company executive. Member Governor Virginia Advisory Committee Volunteerism; vice chairman Offender Aid and Restoration United States of America, 1975—1977; member Fairfax County Chamber of C.; Democratic candidate United States Congress, 1974; Member of Kiwanis.

Background

  • Mottley, Charles Cranston was born on April 6, 1934 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Arrived in the United States, 1938, naturalized, 1958. Son of Charles McCammon and Jean Dow (Cranston) Mottley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Hampden Sydney College, 1956. Bachelor's Degree, Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.

    Career

    • Teacher, coach St. Christopher's School, Richmond, 1958—1962. Football coach University Virginia, 1962—1963. Vice president, sales manager construction equipment sales A.E. Finley & Associates, Virginia, 1963—1967.

      Founder, president, owner Mottley Industries, Inc. and predecessor, venture capital investments, Great Falls, since 1968. Founder, president Man to Man, Inc., 1973—1975. President, chairman board Gold and Minerals Company, Inc., Golden Sierra Mining and Exploration Company.

    Works

    • Author: Now, 1970, The Parables of Jesus, 1972. Co-author: The Mustard Seed, 1977. Columnist: Charlottesville (Virginia) Daily Progress, 1974-1975.

    Membership

    Member Governor Virginia Advisory Committee Volunteerism. Vice chairman Offender Aid and Restoration United States of America, 1975—1977. Member Fairfax County Chamber of C.

    Democratic candidate United States Congress, 1974. Member of Kiwanis.

    Connections

    • Married Geraldine I. Frederick, December 13, 1970. Children: Marcia, Douglass, Joshua, Jed.
    • father: Charles McCammon Mottley
    • mother: Jean Dow (Cranston) Mottley
    • spouse: Geraldine I. Frederick
    • children: Marcia Mottley
    • Douglass Mottley
    • Joshua Mottley
    • Jed Mottley
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    Nationality
    • 1956
      Hampden Sydney College
    • 1959
      Union Theological Seminary
    • 1958 - 1962
      Teacher
      Richmond, Virginia, United States
    • 1962 - 1963
      football coach University Virginia
    • 1963 - 1967
      vice president, construction equipment sales A.E. Finley & Associates
      Virginia, United States
    • 1963 - 1967
      sales manager, construction equipment sales A.E. Finley & Associates
      Virginia, United States