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real estate broker-appraiser , aerospace worker

Otis Dean Humphrey, American aerospace worker, real estate broker-appraiser. Named Disc Jockey of the Week, Horse's Mouth, 1971; recipient platinum record Stax Records, Memphis, 1973, gold record Columbia Records, New York City, 1975. Celebrity co-chairman March of Dimes Walkathon, Louisville, 1972. Sergeant United States Air Force, 1964-1968. Member National Association Real Estate Appraisers (certified), Songwriters Guild of America.

Background

Humphrey, Otis Dean was born on December 26, 1942 in Pulaski, Tennessee, United States. Son of Claude D. and Willie Odell (Gilbert) Humphrey.

Education

South Bend ASB in Marketing and Sales Management, Sullivan College, 1978.

Career

Camera operator, Station WMCV-television, Nashville, 1969-1970;radio announcer, program director, Station WLOU, Louisville, 1970-1975;radio personality, Station WLOU, Louisville, 1976-1978;radio personality, Station WKLO, Louisville, 1975-1976;housing manager, Metro Development and Housing, Nashville, 1978-1979;aerospace worker, Textron Aerostructures, Nashville, since 1979;real estate broker, Century 21-Haworth Hones, Nashville, since 1981;actor, 1990.

Membership

Celebrity co-chairman March of Dimes Walkathon, Louisville, 1972. Sergeant United States Air Force, 1964-1968. Member National Association Real Estate Appraisers (certified), Songwriters Guild of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: song writing, basketball, tennis, piano, drawing.

Connections

father:
Claude D. Humphrey

mother:
Willie Odell (Gilbert) Humphrey