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international trade specialist

Thomas Holmes Floyd, American international trade specialist. Recipient several Superior Performance awards Department of Transportation and Department of Interior; Fulbright scholar, 1953-1954. Member American Society for Public Administrators.

Background

Floyd, Thomas Holmes was born on June 5, 1928 in East Tallassee, Alabama, United States. Son of Thomas Holmes and Irene (Ingram) Floyd.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1950. Master of Arts, University Alabama, 1953. Land office manager United States Bureau of Land Management, Billings, Montana and Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1958-1963, director organization and management office United States Bureau Land Management, Washington, 1964-1966.

Director demonstration programs United States Urban Mass Transit Administration, Washington, 1966-1969. Vice president DGA International, Inc., Washington, since 1969. Executive vice president, director CLRT, Inc., Washington, 1980-1985, also director Chairman Ad Hoc Committee on Washington National Airport, Arlington, Virginia, 1983-1984, Arlingtonians for a Better County, 1966-1967, Advanced Transit Association, Washington, since 1985.

Member Arlington County Planning Commission, 1974-1978.

Membership

Member American Society for Public Administrators.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bicycling; piano; computers.

Connections

Married Torill Bodahl, December 2, 1950. Children– Erik Holmes, Kari Floyd Thompson, Kristin, Ingrid, Paul Harold.

father:
Thomas Holmes Floyd

mother:
Irene (Ingram) Floyd

spouse:
Torill Bodahl

child:
Erik Holmes Floyd

child:
Kari Floyd Thompson Floyd

child:
Kristin Floyd

child:
Ingrid Floyd

child:
Paul Harold Floyd