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James Oran Manley

city official , clergyman , real estate , development executive

James Oran Manley, American real estate development executive, former city official, lay-clergyman. Member Public Relations Society of America, International City Managers Association, American Society Public Administration (former council; Club: Summit (Houston).; Lodge: Houston Kiwanis (co-chairman program committee).

Background

Manley, James Oran was born on June 1, 1935 in Harris County, Texas, United States. Son of Marion Oran and Sallie Riley (McDonald) Manley.

Education

Graduate Rice University, 1974.

Career

Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1963. Campus minister various schools Baptist General Convention Texas, 1961-1971. Administrative assistant Office of Mayor, City of Houston, 1974-1977, executive assistant, 1978-1981, director Citizens Assistance, 1981-1983.

Senior vice president Alexandrite Corporation, Houston, since 1983. President public relations firm. Public speaker. President, Houston chapter Volunteers of America.

Member advisory board Sheltering Arms of Houston. Board directors Consumer Credit Counseling Services. Former board member Houston Metropolitan Ministries.

Member board consultant Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission. Member speakers committee Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Member advisory board Houston Center for Humanities.

Member Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Council. Danforth grantee, 1971-1972. Rice University fellow, 1972-1974.

Membership

Member Public Relations Society of America, International City Managers Association, American Society Public Administration (former council. Club: Summit (Houston). Lodge: Houston Kiwanis (co-chairman program committee).

Connections

Married Frances Elizabeth Marcontell, September 5, 1959. Children– Carla Kay Manley Longhofer, Marcus Leland.

father:
Marion Oran Manley

mother:
Sallie Riley (McDonald) Manley

spouse:
Frances Elizabeth Marcontell

children:
Carla Kay Manley Longhofer Manley

Marcus Leland Manley