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public affairs director

Roland Charles Dubay, German public affairs director. Recipient South Carolina State Legislation Internship award, 1978.

Background

Dubay, Roland Charles was born on March 7, 1949 in Unterreichenbach, Germany. Son of Charles John and Alice Gisela (Burke) Dubay.

Education

Bachelor, University South Carolina, 1971. Master of Arts, University South Carolina, 1980.

Career

With United States Navy, 1971—1976. Served to lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, since 1976. State project developer Title I Programs Higher Education Act of 1965, Columbia, South Carolina, 1979—1983.

Public affairs director & editor Emergency Management Review National Coordinating Council Emergency Management, since 1983. Political campaign manager Richland County Young Republican Club, 1977, secretary, 1977—1978, chairman, 1978, newsletter editor, 1978—1979. Committeeman Lykesland Precinct.

Executive committee member Richland County Republican Party, 1978—1981, delegate to state convention, 1978, 82, chairman & newsletter editor, 79, chairman, speakers committee, 79, 3rd vice chairman, since 1980.

Membership

Active member Seal Society South Carolina, 1979—1980. Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, International Platform Association, South Carolina Association Higher Continuing Education, University South Carolina Society Public Administration, Columbia Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, University South Carolina Alumni Association, Reserve Officers Association, Naval Reserve Association, Columbia Navy League, Columbia Junior Chamber of Commerce, Jonathan Maxcy Club, Columbia First Tuesday Club.

Connections

father:
Charles John Dubay

mother:
Alice Gisela (Burke) Dubay