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Lloyd Wilson Raymond

consultant , machinery company executive

Lloyd Wilson Raymond was American machinery company executive, consultant. Founder, director Living Pictures Programs, 1965-1995. Member Society Professional Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors.

Background

Raymond, Lloyd Wilson was born on January 4, 1922 in Middleboro, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Millard Edgar and Ethel (Morrison) Raymond.

Education

Student, New York University, 1952. ThB, Christian Bible College, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, 1995. Master of Theology, Christian Bible College, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, 1996.

Doctor of Philosophy in Religion, Christian Bible College, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, 1998. Doctor Minister, Southwest Bible College and Seminary, Sulphur, Louisiana, 1997. Master of Business Administration, M. Photography, International University, 1999.

Career

Clerk Public Housing Administration, Washington, 1941-1942, administrative assistant development department Washington and New York City, 1946-1955. Machinery data manager, warehouse manager National Machinery Exchange, Inc., Newark, 1955-1976, office manager, machinery data manager, sales executive Pico Rivera, California, 1976-2000. Retired, 2000

Indiana machinery consultant.

Works

  • Author: Titanic-What Went Wrong. Composer (opera) Rag Doll, 1999. Designer computerized information management and quote generating system, 1991, registered trademark Infodex.

Membership

Founder, director Living Pictures Programs, 1965-1995. Member Society Professional Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, woodworking, photography.

Connections

Married Joyce Elaine Cox, November 10, 1972.