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Joseph Thurman Allmon Edit Profile

Textiles executive

Joseph Thurman Allmon was American textiles executive.

Background

Allmon, Joseph Thurman was born on March 20, 1921 in Mize, Mississippi, United States. Son of William Richard and Susan Elizabeth (Huff) Allmon.

Education

Student, East Central Junior College, 1938—1940. Bachelor, Mississippi College, 1942. Master of Theology, Southern Baptist Seminary, 1945.

Postgraduate, New York University, 1948.

Career

Vice president industrial relations Riegel Textile Corporation, 1969—1973, vice president Greenville, South Carolina, 1973—1984. President Effective Organizations, Inc., from 1984. Distinguished lecturer management University South Carolina, Columbia, from 1984.

With United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1946.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: How to Organize and Conduct a Management Development Group, 1950.

Membership

President Greenville Urban League, 1974—1976, Greenville Symphony Association, 1982—1983. Chairman, board trustees Educational Resources Foundation, 1976—1978. Civil service commissioner Greenville, 1977—1982.

Chairman, board directors Educational Resources Foundation, from 1986. President board directors Young Men’s Christian Association Blue Ridge Assembly, 1983—1985. Board directors Southern Industrial Relations Conference.

Connections

Married Vauda Carolyn Burson, September 25, 1945. 1 child Warren Douglas.

father:
William Richard Allmon

mother:
Susan Elizabeth (Huff) Allmon

spouse:
Vauda Carolyn Burson

child:
Warren Douglas Allmon