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real estate developer

Charles Stranahan Tappan, American real estate developer. Bar: Kentucky 1975, Michigan 1966. Member Kentucky Bar Association, Northern Kentucky C. of Chamber (board directors 1982-1988, Walter Pieschel award 1983), Four Seasons Sports Center, Summit Hills Country Club.

Background

Tappan, Charles Stranahan was born on July 25, 1940 in Des Moines. Son of Clarence S. and Katharine (Short) Tappan.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, University Michigan, 1962. Juris Doctor, University Michigan, 1965.

Career

Wage analyst Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Michigan, 1965-1967. Staff attorney Great Lakes Gas Transmission Corporation, Detroit, 1967-1972. Division counsel Litton Industries, Florence, Kentucky, 1972-1977.

Treasurer, general counsel Carlisle Construction Company, Wilder, 1977-1981. Owner C.S.T. Management Company, Fort Mitchell, since 1981. Vice president sales West Shell Realtors, Cincinnati, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Bar: Kentucky 1975, Michigan 1966.

Membership

Member Kentucky Bar Association, Northern Kentucky C. of Chamber (board directors 1982-1988, Walter Pieschel award 1983), Four Seasons Sports Center, Summit Hills Country Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, tennis, boating.

Connections

Married Joyce Dillon. 1 child, Viva K.

father:
Clarence S. Tappan

mother:
Katharine (Short) Tappan

spouse:
Joyce Dillon

child:
Viva K. Tappan