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Calvin Craig Fitzhugh, American state legislator, lawyer. Bar: Tennessee 1975, United States District Court (western district) Tennessee 1975, United States Court Military Appeals 1976.


Fitzhugh, Calvin Craig was born on March 22, 1950 in Brownsville, Tennessee, United States. Son of James R. and Frances (Craig) Fitzhugh.


University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Bachelor of Science). University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Juris Doctor).


Partner Caldwell & Fitzhugh, Attorneys, Ripley, Tennessee. Vice president, counsel Bank of Ripley, since 1988, board director. Member District 82 Tennessee House Representatives, since 1994.


Communion and Water Baptism are symbolic acts of obedience to the teaching of Jesus in the New Testament.


Churches should be urged to demonstrate their heart for racial reconciliation by seeking to increase racial and ethnic diversity in church staff roles, leadership positions, and church membership.


Christians should take seriously their calling as salt and light.


Scoutmaster troop 63 boy Scouts American, Ripley, 1988, board directors West Tennessee district, Jackson, since 1984. Board directors Tri-County Mental Health Center, Covington, Tennessee, since 1986. Major United States Air Force, 1976-1980.

Member American Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Lauderdale County Bar Association (president since 1983), Ripley Chamber of Commerce (president 1985-1986), Phi Alpha Delta.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: duck hunting.


Married Pamela Chism, June 8, 1974. Children: Elizabeth Marley, Thomas Arthur Craig.