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Flake, Floyd H., 1945-

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Personal name headingFlake, Floyd H., 1945-
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Variant(s)Flake, Floyd, 1945-
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date19450130
Place of birthLos Angeles (Calif.)
AffiliationAfrican Methodist Episcopal Church Wilberforce University Lincoln University (Pa.) Boston University United Theological Seminary (Dayton, Ohio) United States. Congress. House
Profession or occupationLegislators--United States Directors of corporations Clergy Educators
Found inThe way of the bootstrapper, 1999: CIP t.p. (Floyd H. Flake) bk. t.p. (Floyd Flake) bk. jkt. (former U.S. representative; pastor of the Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church in Queens, N.Y.)
U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on Transportation and Infrastructure. Floyd H. Flake Federal Building, 2000: p. 1 (H.R. 3323; to designate the Federal bldg. at 158-15 Liberty Ave. in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y., as the "Floyd H. Flake Federal Building"; b. Jan. 30, 1945; Dr. Flake, pastor, Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church in Queens) pp. 1-2 (member of Congress, 1986-1997)
Biographical directory of the United States Congress online, viewed August 3, 2012 (Flake, Floyd Harold, a Representative from New York; born in Los Angeles, Calif., January 30, 1945)
African American National Biography, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014: (Flake, Floyd Harold; U.S. representative, corporate executive, African methodist episcopal clergy, educator; born 30 January 1945 in Los Angeles, California, United States; BA, Wilberforce University in Ohio (1967); MA, Payne Theological (1970); associate dean of students at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania (1970-1973); director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Afro-American Center at Boston University (1974); doctor of ministry degrees from United Theological Seminary (1994); served in the Banking and Financial Services Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives (1986 to 1997); senior fellow with the Manhattan Institute for Social and Economic Policy, and an adjunct fellow with the Brookings Institute Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy; op-ed columnist for the New York Post; president of Edison Schools Inc.; in July 2002 assumed the presidency of his alma mater, Wilberforce University)
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