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James Clifford Edwards

finance company executive

James Clifford Edwards, American finance company executive. Certified Public Accountant Ohio.

Background

Edwards, James Clifford was born on June 27, 1930 in Covington, Kentucky, United States. Son of Hubert and Elizabeth (Moore) Edwards.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, University Cincinnati, 1955. Master of Business Administration, University Chicago, 1978.

Career

Audit staff/manager Arthur Andersen & Company, Cincinnati, 1955—1966. Corporation vice president finance Bee Chemical Company, Lansing, Illinois, 1966—1985. Executive vice president Allen Finance, Inc., Vero Beach, Florida.

Vice chairman Tioga International, Inc., Calument City, since 1989. Secretary, treasurer, director Ru Van Inc., Evansville, Indiana, Proform, Inc., Evansville, Indiana, since 1990. Served United States Navy, 1948-1952.

Achievements

  • Certified Public Accountant Ohio.

Religion

All who truly seek God are both competent and called to develop in that relationship and share it with others.

Views

The sense of being connected is how the Church as a whole should be structured. At its heart is an understanding of the Christian community as the 'body of Christ '.

Membership

Trustee Village of Olympia Fields, 1972. Board directors Manufacturers Political Action Committee, Chicago, 1984—1985. Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Illinois Society Certified Public Accountant's, Finance Executives Institute, International Association Finance Planners, Illinois Manufacturers Association (chairman tax committee 1984-1985), Manufacturers Association Chicago Heights and Southern Suburbs (president 1981), Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi.

Connections

Married Judith Ann Bowker, April 10, 1954. Children: Karen, Thomas, Laura, James, Mary.

father:
Hubert Edwards

mother:
Elizabeth (Moore) Edwards

spouse:
Judith Ann Bowker

children:
Karen Edwards

Thomas Edwards

Laura Edwards

James Edwards

Mary Edwards

Politics

God commands His people to respect the authority of political leaders and honor them. God also commands His people to pray for their political leaders.