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Charles Vance Waid

financial planner

Charles Vance Waid, American financial planner. Certified Financial Planner, certified data processor.

Background

Waid, Charles Vance was born on December 13, 1935 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Everest Frederick and Marjorie Avis (Turner) Waid.

Education

Bachelor, University Puget Sound, 1962.

Career

Systems project manager Weyerhaeuser Company, Tacoma, 1962-1969. Investment advisor Pacific Growth Corporation, 1969-1971. Senior system analyst Seattle First National Bank, 1971.

Research and Development planner Tacoma Police Department, 1971-1983. Registered representative Tital Value Equities Group Inc., Tustin, California, 1983-1996. Finance planner Financial and Retirement Planners Northwest, Inc., Federal Way, Washington, 1985-1996, president, 1993-1997.

Achievements

  • Certified Financial Planner, certified data processor.

Religion

Since a human being is the central factor in the plan of salvation, the Gospel must be taught, understood and accepted by him.

Views

The family has its own complex identity as a small community of covenant love and trust.

Membership

Member University Place (Washington) Parks Board, 1977, 78. Scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, University Place, 1975-1979. President Mount Rainier chapter Data Processing Management Association Staff sergeant United States Air Force Reserve, 1956-1962.

Member Lions (president, secretary/treasurer University Place club 1965-1985, finance chairman Sight Conservation Foundation of Washington and Northern Idaho since 1995, secretary/treasurer Puyallup club since 1985, district governor 1980-1981), Elks.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Genealogy, jogging, gardening.

Connections

Married Barbara Lee Brown, December 19, 1959. Children: Robert Jeffery, Diane Marie.

father:
Everest Frederick Waid

mother:
Marjorie Avis (Turner) Waid

spouse:
Barbara Lee Brown

children:
Robert Jeffery Waid

Diane Marie Waid

Politics

Pacifists should be honored because they do not allow us to become complacent about war and violence.