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Neal Kemp Hunt

Neal Kemp Hunt, American state legislator, real estate company executive. Real Estate Broker State of North Carolina, 1991.


  • Hunt, Neal Kemp was born on September 17, 1942 in Thomasville, North Carolina, United States. Son of Walter Skellie and Miriam Hall Hunt.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Hampden-Sydney College, 1964. Master of Business Administration in Marketing and Finance, University Pennsylvania, 1968.


    • Assistant vice president Wachovia Bank, Releigh, North Carolina, 1968—1972, head of regional income property loans, 1970—1972. General partner Hunt-Austin Associates, 1973—1980. President Hunt Properties, Inc., 1980—1990, HMC Corporation, since 1991.

      At-large council member Raleigh City Council, 2001—2004. Member District 15 North Carolina State Senate, since 2004, deputy minority leader, member Appropriations/Base Budget, Commerce, Financial and Transportation Committees.

    Major achievements

    • Real Estate Broker State of North Carolina, 1991.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Christian


    Advisory board Raleigh Rescue Mission, 1999—2006, treasurer board directors, 2000—2002. Member Friends of Lake Johnson Board, 2004—2006. Advisory board Camp Oak Hill, since 2003, North Carolina Museum Natural Science.

    Vice chair Wake County Open Space Task Force, 1996—1998. Member Raleigh Planning Commission, 1995—2001, chair, 1998—2001, City Council Comprehensive Planning Committee, 2001—2004. Member of Raleigh Home Builders Association (director 1980-1984), Kappa Sigma (Epsilon Chapter) (president 1964).



    Golf, travel, reading, politics, exercise.


    • Married Frances Campbell, November 14, 1963. Children: Eleanor Scott, Kemp Neal.
    • father: Walter Skellie
    • mother: Miriam Hall Hunt
    • spouse: Frances Campbell
    • children: Eleanor Scott Hunt
    • Kemp Neal Hunt
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    Born September 17, 1942
    (age 75)
    • 1964
      Hampden-Sydney College
    • 1968
      University Pennsylvania
    • 1968 - 1972
      Assistant, vice president Wachovia Bank
      North Carolina, United States
    • 1973 - 1980
      general partner, Hunt-Austin Associates
    • 1980 - 1990
      president, Hunt Properties
    • 1991
      president, Hunt Properties