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Lincoln C. Almond Edit Profile

Governor , lawyer

Lincoln C. Almond, American former governor, retired lawyer. Bar: Rhode Island 1962. Named to Central Falls (Rhode Island) Hall of Fame, 1992; recipient Dorothy Lohman Community Service award, Rhode Island Bar Association, John O. Stitely Distinguished Public Service award, American Society Public Administration, Brotherhood award, Rhode Island Southeastern Region National Conference Christians & Jews.

Background

Almond, Lincoln C. was born on June 16, 1936 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Rhode Island, 1959. Bachelor of Laws, Boston University. Juris Doctor, Boston University.

Juris Doctor (honorary), Johnson & Wales University, 1995.

Career

Administrator Town of Lincoln, Rhode Island, 1963—1969. United States attorney Department Justice, Providence, 1969—1978, 1981—1993. President Blackstone Valley Development Foundation, 1969—1995.

Private practice, 1978—1981. Governor State of Rhode Island, 1995—2003. Member advisory council Attorney General, 1971—1978.

Submarine service United States Naval Reserve, 1953-1961.

Achievements

  • Bar: Rhode Island 1962.

Membership

Member of Court Military Appeals Bar Association, United States Court Appeals Bar Association, United States District Court Bar Association, Lambda Chi Alpha.

Connections

Married Marilyn Johnson. 2 children.

spouse:
Marilyn Johnson