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William Carlton Northup


William Carlton Northup, American accountant.


Northup, William Carlton was born on December 1, 1930 in Columbia, Missouri, United States. Son of Lansford Lionel and Elsie Rebecca (Eaton) Northup.


Bachelor of Science in Statistics, University Missouri, 1953. Master of Business Administration, University Missouri, 1974.


Research associate Missouri Crippled Children's Service, Columbia, 1968—1969. Assistant superintendent research & records, 1969—1970. Superintendent, 1970—1976.

Broker London Commodity House, Inc., Chicago, 1976—1977. Chief accountant National Congress Parent-Teachers Association, 1977—1978. Management analyst finance system Cook County Governing Commission, 1978—1979.

Accountant V Cook County Hospital, since 1979. Controller, director public health statistics, coordinator automatic data processing, superintendent insurance Missouri Crippled Children's Service. Assistant production manager, chief estimator, account executive American Press.

Special advisor to Governor Missouri Printing and Public, 1965.


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Member Columbia Finance Study Commission, 1974. Steering committee Columbia Town Meeting, 1976. Board directors Camp Wannanoya, 1976.

Member steering committee Teen Auto Club, 1972. Volunteer probation officer Boone County Juvenile Office, 1971—1972. Member of Mensa, Hospital Finance Management Association, Association Master of Business Administration Executives, Missouri Public Health Association, American Statistical Association, American Management Association, Optimists, Delta Sigma Pi.


Married Sharon Joan Carlson, June 27, 1970. Children: Richard Carlton, Karen Frances.

Lansford Lionel Northup

Elsie Rebecca (Eaton) Northup

Sharon Joan Carlson

Richard Carlton Northup

Karen Frances Northup


God, in His permissive will, may allow political leaders, both in biblical times and the present day, to enact policies that are opposed to His revealed will.