After graduating from Western Carolina University in 1969 with a degree in business, Jim Kelley served in the Navy during the Vietnam War. Following military service, he spent the next four decades in marketing, primarily in the home furnishings industry. As retirement approached, he decided to pursue his lifelong interest in history and is now working on a masters degree at Georgia State University. Born and raised as a Methodist, he later found Unitarian-Universalism, and is an active and long term member of the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Atlanta. He is currently working on a history of George Leonard Chaney, the first Unitarian minister in Atlanta.
Harold Hitz Burton