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Ralph Anderson's Biography
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Wife: Geraldine; 3 Children: Valerie, Ralph, Joel
Graduate Studies, Howard University
BA, Allen University, 1949
Senator, South Carolina State Senate, 1996-2012
Representative, South Carolina State House of Representatives, 1991-1996
Council Member, City of Greenville, 1983-1991
Board of Directors, Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce, 1983-1985
City of Greenville Zoning Board, 1982-1983
Commissioner, Greenville Civil Service Commission, 1969-1973
Board Member, Community Planning Council
Member, Greenville Civil Service Commission
Representative of the City, Greenville Housing Authority Board
Postmaster, United States Postal Service, 1970-1983
Non-Commissioned Officer, United States Army, Fort Jackson/Germany, 1950-1952
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Executive Member, Appalachian Council of Governments
Member, Board of Trustees, Saint Anthony's Catholic School, Greenville
Board Member, Community Foundation of Greater Greensville, Incorporated
First Vice President, Greenville Chapter, NCAAP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Member, Greenville Regional Board of Directors, BB&T Bank
Board Member, Senior Action of Greenville County
Board Member, Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources
President, Board of Directors, Phyllis Wheatley Center, 1985-1991
Member, Municipal Association of South Carolina, 1986-1988
Staffer, Family Counseling Services, 1983-1986
Board Member, Greenville Young Men's Christian Association, 1969-1973
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