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Carleton Lloyd Weidemeyer

Carleton Lloyd Weidemeyer, American lawyer. Bar: Florida 1961, District of Columbia 1971, United States District Court (middle district) Florida 1963, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit) 1967, United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit) 1976, United States Supreme Court 1966, United States Court Appeals (11th circuit) 1982.

Background

  • Weidemeyer, Carleton Lloyd was born on June 12, 1933 in Hebbville, Maryland, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Political Science, University Maryland, 1958. Juris Doctor, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida, 1961.

    Career

    • Research assistant Florida 2d District Court Appeals, 1961-1965. Partner Kalle and Weidemeyer, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1965-1968. Assistant public defender 6th Judicial Circuit, 1966-1969, 81-83.

      Partner Wightman, Weidemeyer, Jones, Turnbull and Cobb, Clearwater, 1968-1982. President Carleton L. Weidemeyer, P.A. Law Office, since 1982. President Southern Municipal Corporation, since 1997.

      Guest lecturer Stetson University, 1978—1980. Lecturer estate planning seminars. Lecturer, member Morton Plant Mease Hosp Foundation, since 2009.

      Member Pinellas Cmty Foundation, since 1995, lecturer, since 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Florida 1961, District of Columbia 1971, United States District Court (middle district) Florida 1963, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit) 1967, United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit) 1976, United States Supreme Court 1966, United States Court Appeals (11th circuit) 1982.

    Works

    • Author: (handbook) Arbitration of Entertainment Claims, Baltimore County's Second District, The Emerging Thirties, 1990, Area History, Baltimore County, 1990, History of Musicians' Association of Clearwater, Local 729, AFM, 1999. Editor Ad Lib magazine, 1978-1981. Public Weidemeyer World Quarterly, since 2000.

      Contributor articles to professional journals. Performer This Is Your Navy Radio Show, Memphis, 1951-1952. Leader Polka Dots, The Jazz Notes, since 1976.

      Member St. Paul Church Orchestra, Florida History Society, 1973-1976, Maryland History Society, since 1990, Pinellas County Estate Planning Association, 1997-2005. Performer Clearwater Jazz Holiday, 1980, 81.

    Membership

    Board advisors Musician Insurance Trust. Trustee Francis G. Prasse Memorial Scholarship Trust, since 1984, Jeanne Pisano Memorial Trust, since 2008. Member planned giving committee Upper Pinellas Association Retarded Citizens, 1996-2001.

    Trustee Tampa Bay Research Institute, since 2001. Advisory committee Florida Sheriff Youth Ranches, 1997—2001. Board directors Pinellas Center for Visually Impaired, 1999-2000.

    Board directors Watson Center for the Blind, 2000-2005. Co-chairman squadron VX-4, VW2 Navy Reunion Committee, 1996-2009. Served with United States Navy, 1951-1954.

    Member Musicians Association Clearwater (president 1976-1981, emeritus 1981), Florida-Georgia Conference Musicians (secretary, treasurer 1974-1976), National Rifle Association, American Bar Association (senior bar section), Federal Bar Association, Florida State History Society, Maryland History Society, Greater St. Petersburg Musicians Association, Clearwater Bar Association (probate division), American Federation Musicians (international law committee president southern conference musicians 1979-1980), National Genealogical Society, Clearwater Genealogy Society, Maryland Genealogical Society, Augustan Society, Lancaster Genealogical Society (Pennsylvania), Pinellas Genealogical Society (lecturer since 1995), Carroll County Genealogical Society (Maryland), Baltimore County Genealogical Society (Florida), Lancaster Mennonite History Society, Navy Hurricane Hunters, Sons American Revolution, Sons Union Veterans Civil War, Maryland History Society, Catonsville (Maryland) History Society, American Legion, German American Genealogical Association, Clearwater History Society, Dunedin History Society, DAV, Fleet Reserve, Masons, Scottish Rite (Tampa), Egypt Temple Shrine, Moose, Sertoma (board directors Clearwater chapter 1984-2006, vice president 1989-1992), Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Pi, Kappa Kappa Psi.
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