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Walter Raymond Byrd, American court counselor. Recipient Meritorious Service award Lincoln Middle School of Science, Mathematics and Technology, Greensboro, 1988-1989, Leadership award National Black Child Development Institute, 1984.

Background

Byrd, Walter Raymond was born on November 20, 1944 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States. Son of Walter Warren and Janie May (Moses) Byrd.

Education

Bachelor, North Carolina College, Durham, 1967.

Career

Social worker, Rockingham Department Social Superior vena cava syndrome, Reidsville, North Carolina, 1967-1969;social worker, Guilford County Department Social Superior vena cava syndrome, Greensboro, 1969-1971;court counselor, Jevenile Superior vena cava syndrome Division, Greensboro, 1971-1991;court counselor supervisor, Jevenile Superior vena cava syndrome Division, Greensboro, 1991-1995;chief court counselor, Jevenile Superior vena cava syndrome Division, Winston-Salem, since 1995.

Membership

Chairman Guilford County Conference for Children, Greensboro, 1991-1992. Member social work advisory board North Carolina State University, University North Carolina-Greensboro, 1985-1993. President National Black Child Development Institute, Greensboro, 1984-1988.

Member North Carolina Association Court Counselors (secretary 1990-1991), Alpha delta Museum.

Connections

Married Delphine Matthews, April 1965 (divorced July 1969). Children: Walter Junior, Patrick. Married Tresca Mitchell, August 14, 1970.

1 child, Janet.