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Milton Irving Culpepper

Milton Irving Culpepper, American lawyer. Bar: Alabama 1969, United States District Court (northern district) Alabama.


  • Culpepper, Milton Irving was born on June 14, 1929 in Meridian, Mississippi, United States. Son of Milton I. and Margaret (Brown) Culpepper.

  • Education

    • Student, Spring Hill College, 1946—1948. Student, University Houston, 1955. Student, South Texas Law School, 1955.

      Student, Birmingham University, 1964. Bachelor of Laws, Cumberland School Law, 1969.


    • With Cities Service Oil Corporation, 1948—1955. Special assistant to chairman, legal counsel University Alabama, Birmingham, since 1969. Secretary-treasurer University Alabama Health Services Foundation, 1973—1974, secretary, since 1974.

      With United States Naval Reserve.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Alabama 1969, United States District Court (northern district) Alabama.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Every Christian of voting age should exercise his or her God-given responsibility and constitutionally guaranteed right to engage in the political life by voting in every appropriate election.


    Baptism should be administered to those who can understand the Christian faith and the true meaning of the rite.

    Denomination: Baptist


    In a society where self-interest and hypocrisy are often seen as dominating, the Christians should nurture and promote values and purposes that are beyond us.


    Member of American Bar Association, Medical Group Management Association, American Society Law and Medicine, American Judicature Society, American Society Hospital Attorneys, National Health Lawyers Association (director), Birmingham Bar Association, Alabama Bar Association, Civitan (past president), Altadena Valley Golf and Country, Relay House.


    • Children: Michael I., Donna J., Margaret J.
    • father: Milton I. Culpepper
    • mother: Margaret (Brown) Culpepper
    • children: Michael I. Culpepper
    • Donna J. Culpepper
    • Margaret J. Culpepper
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