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real estate investor and developer

Claude Cammack Morton, American real estate investor and developer. Member Eastern College Athletic Conference; Member International Council Shopping Centers, Eastern Association Intercollegiate Football Officials.

Background

Morton, Claude Cammack was born on June 12, 1951 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Son of Claude Junior and Martha Emily (Cammack) Morton.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, Hampden Sydney College, 1973. Master of Arts in Horticulture, University Florida, 1976. Master of Business Administration, East Carolina University, 1980.

Career

Sales representative E.I. Dupont, Wilmington, Delaware, 1976-1980. Product manager Rhone-Poulenc Chemical, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1980-1981. Director development, vice president Kravco Company, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 1981-1985.

President retail division Western Development Company, Washington, 1985-1986. Senior vice president Federal Realty Investment Trust, 1986-1987. Managing director Rothschild, Incorporated, New York York City, since 1987.

Chairman, owner Charter Oak Partners, Potomac, Maryland, since 1986, Bulk Service Corporation, Minnesota, since 1986. Developer Potomac Mills Mall, Washington.

Membership

Member Eastern College Athletic Conference. Member International Council Shopping Centers, Eastern Association Intercollegiate Football Officials.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: officiating college football games, raising orchids, gardening, tennis.

Connections

Married Ann Marie Settle, September 7, 1974 (divorced September 1981). Married Mary Ann Haffen, February 14, 1984. Children: Emily Caroline, Gregory Cammack.

father:
Claude Morton Junior

mother:
Martha Emily (Cammack) Morton

spouses:
Ann Marie Settle

Mary Ann Haffen

children:
Gregory Cammack Morton

Emily Caroline Morton