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accountant

Charles Thomas Murphy, American accountant. Named West Virginia Ambassador of Good Will Among All People, Secretary State West Virginia, 1983; recipient Special Service award, Internal Revenue Service, 1972, Appreciation award, American Red Cross, 1977, American Cancer Society, 1983, 1985, Junior Chamber of Commerce award, 1984, American Heart Association award, 1987, Honorary Order Kentucky Cols, 1987.

Background

Murphy, Charles Thomas was born on August 10, 1931 in Shannon, Georgia, United States. Son of Joseph Samuel and Sallie Francis (Bennett) Murphy.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Marshall University, 1963. P.A., West Virginia.

Career

Accountant trainee Veterans Administration Hospital, Lexington, 1963—1964, supervisory accountant Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1964—1966, budget analyst Dayton, 1966. Internal revenue agent United States Department Treasury, Logan, West Virginia, since 1966. District directors representative Internal Revenue Service, Logan, since 1968, safety officer, since 1968.

Served with United States Air Force, 1951-1955.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles on gospel music to newspapers.

Membership

Gospel concert promoter Victoria University of Wellington Annual Labor Day Outdoors Sing, Wilkinson, West Virginia, since 1979, River Regatta Days, Logan, 1983—1985, Logan's County Arts and Crafts Fair, 1982—1985, Coal Digger Days, Hardy, 1984—1985. Member of Odd Fellows, Kiwanis.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, badminton.

Connections

Married Norma Jean Sadler, September 21, 1952.

father:
Joseph Samuel Murphy

mother:
Sallie Francis (Bennett) Murphy

spouse:
Norma Jean Sadler