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Donald Robert Davis

Donald Robert Davis, American accountant, educator. Achievements include development of accounting software programs. Fellowship, Boatman's Bank, 1958, Weinheimer, 1959. Member of Missouri Association Community & Junior Colleges, Missouri Association Accounting Educators, American Accounting Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi.

Background

  • Davis, Donald Robert was born on April 8, 1935 in St. Louis. Son of Howard Allen and Maude (Crow) Davis.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, 1957. Master of Business Administration, Washington University, 1960.

    Career

    • Secretary Cox-Ware Corporation, Kirkwood, Missouri, 1960. Vice president Mid-States Business Capital Corporation, St. Louis, 1960—1965. President Davco Auto Parts, Inc., Farmington, 1965—1967.

      Faculty St. Louis Community College, since 1967, professor accounting, since 1981. Writer software Dryden Press, Chicago, since 1984. Served to 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1958-1959.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include development of accounting software programs.

    Membership

    Member of Missouri Association Community & Junior Colleges, Missouri Association Accounting Educators, American Accounting Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Susannah Fleenor, July 21, 1962. Children: Brian Robert, Valerie Annual.
    • father: Howard Allen Davis
    • mother: Maude (Crow) Davis
    • spouse: Mary Susannah Fleenor
    • children: Brian Robert Davis
    • Valerie Annual Davis
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    Born April 8, 1935
    Nationality
    • 1957
      Washington University
    • 1960
      Washington University
    • 1960
      Secretary, Cox-Ware Corporation
      Kirkwood, New York, United States
    • 1960 - 1965
      vice president, Mid-States Business Capital Corporation
    • 1965 - 1967
      president, Davco Auto Parts
      Farmington, Michigan, United States
    • 1984
      writer, software Dryden Press
      Chicago, Illinois, United States

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