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Richard Chalk, Jr.'s Biography
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Richard Chalk, Jr.
Wife: Maelda; 4 Children: Christina, Richard III, Mollie, Clara
Hilton Head Island
MCM, New Orleans Baptist Seminary, 1979
BA, Political Science, 1974
Vice Chairman, Beaufort County Republican Party, Region 4
Candidate, South Carolina House of Representatives, District 123, 2010
Senator, North Carolina State Senate, 1989-1990
Representative, North Carolina State House, 1985-1989
Experience, House Committee on Municipal Affairs and Ad Hoc Property Tax Reform
House Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs
Associate Director, Room at the Inn of the Lowcountry, 2006-present
Music Leader, Indigo Pines Fellowship, 2003-present
Bosley Commercial Properties/Bosley DeMint Realty, 2000-present
Minister of Music, North Island Baptist Church, 2000-2003
Broker, Brown Investment Properties, Incorporated, 1990-1999
Sales Associate, Prudential Commercial Services, 1999
Owner, Specialty Wood Products, 1983-1990
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Music Leader, Indego Pines Fellowship, 2003-present
Experience, Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute
Eagle Scout, Eagle Scout
Experience, Guardian of Small Business
Experience, Hilton Head Island Area Association of Realtors
Treasurer, Hilton Head Island Republican Club, present
Experience, National Association of Realtors
Experience, National Federation of Independent Businesses
Experience, Order of the Arrow
Life Member, The Citadel Alumni Association
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