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Gary Brooks Harris

sales executive

Gary Brooks Harris, American sales executive. Member Tennessee, Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association (chairman golf committee since 1987, board directors since 1990, Second vice president 1994, Membership Doctor award 1988-1990).

Background

Harris, Gary Brooks was born on January 17, 1955 in Ashland City, Tennessee, United States. Son of Russell Clifton and Alma Louise (Jordan) Harris.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Ashland City.

Career

Assemblyline worker, State Industries, Ashland City, 1973-1974;assistant manager, Coop Car Care Center, Ashland City, 1974-1976;manager, Franklin (Tennessee) Marine Center, 1976-1978;territory sales manager, Universal Tire Inc., Nashville, 1978-1981;sales manager, department manager, Universal Tire Inc., Nashville, 1984-1993;wholesale division manager, Universal Tire Inc., Nashville, 1992;vice president wholsale division, Universal Tire Inc., Nashville, since 1993;owner, partner, Brook Rich Turf Golf Carts, Nashville, 1981-1984. Coordinator American Care Care Center, 1990-1992, co-chair national convention, 1991-1992, board of directors, since 1992, chairman training committee since 1993.

Religion

In modern culture the ability to make decisions and choose our own path in life has extremely high value. But through the faith we voluntarily surrender to God in love and joy.

Views

Bible is the source of inspirational stories, gospels, letters, hymns, songs, prayers, and poetry that drives wisdom and creativity of all Christians over time and across the world.

Membership

Member Tennessee, Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association (chairman golf committee since 1987, board directors since 1990, Second vice president 1994, Membership Doctor award 1988-1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, hunting, fishing, traveling.

Connections

Married Jo Ann Stuard, July 1, 1994.

father:
Russell Clifton Harris

mother:
Alma Louise (Jordan) Harris

spouse:
Jo Ann Stuard

Politics

The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.