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Tina Lewis Chryar Thompson, American publisher. Recipient recognition award International Biographic Centre, Cambridge, England, 1991, certified of proclamation International Woman of Year, 1991-1992, Merit award President Ronald Reagan, 1986; named Most Admired Woman of Decade, Application Binary Interface, 1993.


Thompson, Tina Lewis Chryar was born on December 31, 1929 in Houston, Texas, United States. Daughter of Joshua and Mary Christine (Brown) Thompson.


Cosmotologist, Franklin College, Houston, 1950. Student, Crenshaw College, Los Angeles, 1961.


Publisher, composer, author, B.M.I., New York City, 1964-1974;publisher, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, New York City, 1974-1986;publisher, The Fox Agency, New York City, 1986-1996;publisher, Technology World, Los Angeles, 1990-1996;vice president music, Asset Records, Los Angeles, 1978-1996;music director, vice president, Roach Records, Los Angeles, 1968;music director, Rendezvous Records, Hollywood, 1950;vice president, Association International, Los Angeles, 1973. Board of Governors Application Binary Interface, Inc., 1994. President Cling Music Public, Soprano Music.

Public processor music catalogs Broadcast Music Inc.



Member American Association of University Women, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, National Organization of Women, Application Binary Interface (board governors 1994), American Society Authors and Composers, National Museum Publications Association, Songwriters Guild American (Certified of Ranks of Composers and Lyracists 1991), American Federation Label Company Unions, American Theatre Association Broadcast Music Inc. (president Soprano Music Publication 1968), Recording Academy Country Music Academy, International Platform Association, Los Angeles Women in Music.


Married Joseph Chryar, May 25, 1943. 1 child, Joseph Junior.

Joshua Thompson

Mary Christine (Brown) Thompson

Joseph Chryar

Joseph Junior Thompson