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military reserve officer , utilities executive

Raymond Charles Black, American Utilities executive, military reserve officer. Named International Senator Junior Chamber of Commerce International, 1974, Deputy Liason Officer Commander for Nation, United States Air Force.


Black, Raymond Charles was born on October 17, 1938 in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Raymond Clyde and Margaret S. (Jenkins) Black.


Bachelor of Business Administration, Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) College, 1960.


Assistant district traffic superintendent, Bell Telephone –°ompany of Pennsylvania, Altoona, 1965; with, Jersey Center Power & Light, Morristown, 1965-1992; personnel services director, Jersey Center Power & Light, Morristown, 1983-1987; community public information director, Jersey Center Power & Light, Morristown, 1987-1992; vice president communications, GPU Svc. Corporation, Parsippany, New Jersey, since 1992.


Vice president Morris County Human Resources Agency, Morristown, 1973-1977, Voluntary Action Ctr.of Morris, Morristown, 1976-1982. Co-chairman Dover (New Jersey) General Hospital Classic, since 1986, Dope Open Golf and Tennis Tournament, Morristown, since 1988. President, board directors County College of Morris Foundation, Randolph, New Jersey, United Way of Morris County, 1990.

Lieutenant colonel United States Air Force Reserve. Member EEI Pers. Research Task Force (chair 1982-1984), Leadership New Jersey, Masons, Shriners.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: United States Air Force Academy activities, traveling.


Married Joyce M. Hoffmann. 1 child, Robert Charles.

Raymond Clyde Black

Margaret S. (Jenkins) Black

Joyce M. Hoffmann

Robert Charles Black