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Henry Anderson Holmes

Henry Anderson Holmes, American finance administrator. Registered professional engineer; certified manager. Decorated Bronze star with Combat V. Church deacon Baptist Church, Raleigh, 1990-1991. Member Association Physical Plant Administrators, Institute Certified professional Managers.

Background

  • Holmes, Henry Anderson was born on September 9, 1936 in Bessemer, Alabama, United States. Son of Hendrix Samuel Senior and Lessie Mae (Dark) Holmes.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Auburn University, 1958. Master of Science in Finance Management, United States Navy Postgraduate School, 1970.

    Career

    • Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1958, advanced through grades to captain, 1979, officer Civil Engineer Corps various, 1958-1985, retired, 1985. Assistant vice president for finance, property officer University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, since 1986. Vice-chairman State Building Commission, Raleigh, North Carolina, since 1987.

    Major achievements

    • Registered professional engineer. Certified manager.

    Membership

    Church deacon Baptist Church, Raleigh, 1990-1991. Member Association Physical Plant Administrators, Institute Certified professional Managers.

    Personality

    Interests

    Woodworking, gardening, jogging.

    Connections

    • Married Deloris Arnette, June 7, 1958. Children: Henry Anderson Junior, Mark Alan.
    • father: Hendrix Samuel Senior Holmes
    • mother: Lessie Mae (Dark) Holmes
    • spouse: Deloris Arnette
    • children: Henry Anderson Junior Holmes
    • Mark Alan Holmes
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    Born September 9, 1936
    Nationality
    • 1958
      Auburn University
    • 1970
      United States Navy Postgrad. School
    • 1958
      Commissioned ensign United States Navy
    • 1979
      Commissioned ensign United States Navy
    • 1986
      assistant, University of North Carolina
      Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
    • 1986
      property officer, University of North Carolina
      Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

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