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James Virgil Moon

James Virgil Moon, American county official. Certified Public Accountant, Georgia.

Background

Moon, James Virgil was born on September 25, 1950 in Elberton, Georgia, United States. Son of Omer Gordon and Mildred (Bryant) Moon.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting cum laude, East Carolina University, 1978.

Career

Cash manager, Family Center, Inc., Marietta, Georgia, 1978-1979;corporation accounting manager, Family Center, Inc., Marietta, Georgia, 1979-1981;finance administrator, Cobb County Government, Marietta, 1981-1983;internal audit director, Cobb County Government, Marietta, 1983-1985;finance director, comptroller, Cobb County Government, Marietta, since 1985. Chairman Circuit Defender Advisory Board, Marietta, 1983. Consultant Moon Tax Services, Marietta, since 1980.

Religion

Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, the power of evil in the world is broken.

Views

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

Membership

Program director, member chairman, board directors, vice president, president Marietta Civitans Club, president, 1991. Member State Georgia Revenue Task Force. Member Leadership Cobb, 1991.

Served to sergeant United States Army, 1970-1972. Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, DAV, Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (industry government and education committee), National Association Accountants, Institute Internal Audit, Government Finance Officers Association (national cash management committee, executive board), Georgia Government Finance Officers Association (state treasurer, past president), Association County Commissioners of Georgia (taxation and finance policy committee), Cobb County ARMS Planning Committee and Technology Committee, Southeastern Intergovernmental Audit Forum, Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association,Beta Gamma Sigma.

Connections

Married Harveda Inglett, September 26, 1980. Children: Adam, Angie, Jason.

Politics

When seeking to address certain political issues, the Church must engage with other denominations to understand their views and needs.