McDuffie, John

McDuffie, John

(1883–1950) U.S. representative; born in River Ridge, Ala. Tutored at home, he was a lawyer (1908–19) and congressman (Dem., Ala.; 1919–35), serving as minority and majority whip before becoming U.S. district court judge in Alabama (1935–50).
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The CMC, as it was called, was fortunate in having some of the best known and effective members in the community serving: Jean Armstrong, Joyce Benjamin, Edwin Cone, Paul Ehinger, Ehrman Giustina, Tom Hoyt, Rick McDuffie, John McDonald, Doug McKay, Frank Nearing and Tom Wildish, among others.
Gordon, Lieutenant General (Ret) John "Mike" McDuffie, John "Jack" Mueller, in addition to himself.
Gordon, Lieutenant General (Ret) John "Mike" McDuffie, John "Jack" Mueller, and myself, to choose a non-executive chairman of the board, if our slate constitutes a majority of the board following the annual shareholders' meeting.