appointed auditor

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  • After his NFL career he practiced privately for a number of years before being appointed auditor general of Michigan by Governor G. Mennen Williams in 1956.
  • He was appointed Auditor-General, in succession to Francis Singleton, in 1851, and held the position till 1868, when he finally retired from the public service.
  • After graduating from the University of Iowa with a degree in accounting, he was appointed auditor of Jackson County, Missouri in 1963.
  • In 1871 De Gex became a director of the Legal and General Insurance Office, of which in 1867 he had been appointed auditor.
  • Edward Digges invested heavily in planting mulberry trees and promoting the silk industry in the colony, in recognition of which he was appointed Auditor-General of Virginia.
  • He was appointed Auditor of Foreign Accounts or Imposts in Ireland in 1742, and did not stand again for Derby at the ensuing by-election.
  • Later in 1995, he was appointed Auditor in the Office of the Auditor General of Uganda, working in that capacity until 2005.
  • In 1716, Bridgeman was appointed Auditor General to George, Prince of Wales, serving until the latter's accession to the throne in 1727.
  • By his desire, Bateman took up his residence at the Papal Court at Avignon, where he rose through various lucrative and dignified offices until finally, in that or the succeeding pontificate, he was appointed auditor of the palace.
  • The followed more responsible posts: he was appointed auditor to the steward of the Inn in November 1556 and surveyor of the Inn's church in the summer of 1558.
  • In 1858, Rennie was appointed Auditor-General in Hong Kong and appointed when the responsibility was splitted from Colonial Secretaries.
  • While he was passed over as Vice-Chamberlain of the Household in 1692 in favor of his elder brother Peregrine, he was appointed Auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall that year as a reward for his services.
  • At the Restoration he was preferred to the mastership of St. John's Hospital in the suburbs of Canterbury, and he was appointed auditor of Christ Church, Canterbury, by the dean and chapter.
  • After much campaigning by both Dacre and Monkhouse in 1897 Dacre was made a member of the council of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and Monkhouse was appointed auditor.
  • Treilhard was appointed Auditor of the Council of State in 1806, and named secretary-general of the prefecture of the Seine on 25 February 1809.
  • In 1776 Oswald was elected MP for Fife until he resigned on being appointed he was appointed Auditor of the Exchequer Scotland on 2 July 1779.
  • Returning after Napoleon established the Consulate, he accompanied Fesch, meanwhile French ambassador to the Pope, to Rome, and was appointed auditor of the Roman Rota at his instigation in 1803.
  • On 10 June 1824, Corporal Novel was appointed Auditor of Weights and Measures as a result of the "Law on the decimal system".
  • In 1823, while still at the Treasury, Harrison had been appointed auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall, and in 1826 became auditor of the Duchy of Lancaster, posts which he held until his death.
  • In 1845 Muntz formed part of the committee promoting the South Staffordshire Junction Railway, in February 1846 he was appointed auditor of the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway and later in the year he became chairman of the Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway.
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