Raymond Howard, Esq. Hall of Fame Attorney
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About Hall of Fame Attorney Raymond Howard

Reprinted from "Who's Who Among African-Americans"

Family: Married; Children: Raymond III, Physician; Monica, Attorney; Heather, Attorney; Angelique, Business Owner.

Career: Missouri State Senator and Legislator - 12 years St. Louis City Municipal Judge Attorney in Private Practice of Law - 44 years

Education: Vashon
High School University of Wisconsin St. Louis University School of Law - Doctorate of Jurisprudence
Religion: Born Again Christian, Bible Reading, Speaking In Tongues and Believer of Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior.

Organizations: St. Louis Urban League - Former Board Member St. Louis NAACP - Former Board Member Metropolitan YMCA - Former Board Member Gateway National Bank - Former Board Member St. Louis Symphony Orchestra - Former Board Member National Bar Association American Trial Lawyers St. Louis Bar Association Mound City Bar Association St. Louis Congress of Racial Equality - President

Military: Paratrooper, 82nd Airborne. Rank: Lieutenant

Awards: Distinguished Service Award - St. Louis University Distinguished Service Award - St. Louis Bar Association Distinguished Service Award - NAACP's one of 100 Distinguished Citizens of St. Louis Outstanding Professional Achievement - Kappa Alpha Psi Outstanding Young Man Award - Junior Chamber of Commerce Vashon High School - Hall of Fame Legends Award – Mound City Bar Association
Special Achievements:
High School:
  • Graduated at Age 16
  • Editor-In-Chief of the Student Newspaper
  • First Chair Clarinet Player in the Senior Band
  • Varsity Track Team
University of Wisconsin:
  • Student Senate Member
  • Debate Team
  • Polemarch, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
St. Louis University School of Law:
  • Secretary of Senior Class
  • Student Council
  • Third African-American to Graduate
Missouri Senate:
  • Second African-American to be Elected
  • Youngest Senator at Age 33
  • Chairman, Higher Education Committee
  • Author of Missouri's State Scholarship Law
  • Author of Missouri's Fair Housing Law
  • Author of Missouri's Equal Opportunity Employment Law
  • Hole-In-One, Clinton Hills Golf Course, Par Three, 95 yards, Pitching Wedge - 1994
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