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Hugh Melford Eggan

Hugh Melford Eggan was American accountant. Certified Public Accountant, Washington, North Carolina.


  • Eggan, Hugh Melford was born on February 24, 1930 in Velva, North Dakota, United States. Son of Elmer M. and Esther (Guernsey) Eggan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor magna cum laude, University Washington, 1956.


    • Member staff Deloitte & Touche (formerly Deloitte Haskins & Sells), Seattle, 1956—1964, Washington, 1964—1967, partner, 1967—1968, with executive office New York City, 1968—1972, partner in charge Cleveland, 1972—1978, partner in charge Southern region Atlanta, 1978—1985. Retired, 1985.

    Major achievements

    • Certified Public Accountant, Washington, North Carolina.


    • Contributor to Journal Accountancy.


    Former chairman Pacific (Washington) Town Planning Communications. Former officer Calvary Lutheran Church, Federal Way, Washington. Former board trustees Citizens League Cleveland.

    Administrative secretary, council member, president Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Vienna, Virginia. Former board trustees Lutheran Planning Council Metropolitan Washington. Treasurer, board directors District of Columbia Institute Mental Hygiene, 3d St. Music School, New York City.

    Former board directors Goodwill Industries, Atlanta. Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Country Club Asheville, Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Alpha Psi.


    • Married Dorothy L. Rowland, June 3, 1949. Children: Kathleen Eggan Davis, Gary, Laurie Eggan Berry Ward.
    • father: Elmer M. Eggan
    • mother: Esther (Guernsey) Eggan
    • spouse: Dorothy L. Rowland
    • children: Kathleen Eggan Davis Eggan
    • Gary Eggan
    • Laurie Eggan Berry Ward Eggan
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    Born February 24, 1930
    • 1956
      University Washington
    • 1956 - 1964
      Member, staff Deloitte & Touche (formerly Deloitte Haskins & Sells)
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1964 - 1967
      Member, staff Deloitte & Touche (formerly Deloitte Haskins & Sells)
      Washington, United States
    • 1985