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insurance consultant

Melverene Stevens Gibson, American consultant. Recipient Kizzy award for outstanding accomplishments personifying black women, 1979. Member National Association Female Executives.

Background

Gibson, Melverene Stevens was born on December 27, 1937 in Bivins, Texas, United States. Daughter of Muncie and Essie (Lavert) Stevens.

Education

Student, Griffin-Murphy Business College, Seattle, 1955—1958. Student, LaSalle Extension University, Chicago, 1967.

Career

Dressmaking instructor, Seattle, 1960—1962. Typing instructor, 1960—1962. Owner, vice president Carmark Transportation Company, Chicago, 1966—1969.

Executive secretary American Bar Endowment Organization, 1968—1970, assistant administrator, 1970—1977, deputy director, 1977—1982. Insurance consultant Eula Yates Agency, 1982—1983. Administrative manager Morton B. Stone & Associates, 1983—1984.

Insurance agent Equitable Assurance Society United States, Pioneer Life Insurance Company Illinois, 1983—1984. Administrator Mack and Parker, Inc., Chicago, 1984. Consultant Professional Services Group, since 1984.

Director Marcy-Newberry Agency, Chicago, 1979—1980, secretary board directors, 1980.

Membership

Member of National Association of Female Executives.

Connections

Married Carroll Raymond Gibson, February 12, 1962 (divorced 1969). Children: Denise Carol, Raymond LaVert.

father:
Muncie Stevens

mother:
Essie (Lavert) Stevens

spouse:
Carroll Raymond Gibson

child:
Raymond LaVert Gibson

child:
Denise Carol Gibson