|Address|| P.O. Box 1552 |
Dover, Delaware 19903, United States
|| January 00, 1944
|Last Modifed||Barack O-blame-a|
Jan 05, 2012 04:51pm
|Info||Ray Clatworthy graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland in 1967. He took his commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. During his five years of military service, he flew high performance jets. Ray left the service in 1972 with the rank of Captain. |
In 1965, Ray met his wife Judy on a blind date while she was a student at the University of Maryland and he was a midshipman at the Naval Academy. They were married in 1967 and have three children: John, Molly, Michael and grandson John Jr.
Ray and Judy moved to Delaware in 1972 in order to open a business and raise their family. Since that time, Ray has established business interests in restaurants, real estate, radio and financial services. He has served as a board member for the Delaware Restaurant Association, Delaware Chapter of National Federation of Independent Businesses and for Delmarva Limited Financial Services.
Community service has been an important part of Ray Clatworthy's experience. He has served as a board member for the following organizations: Kent General Hospital, Medical Alternative Care, Dover Radiology, and the Central Delaware YMCA.
Ray served as a member of former Governor Castle's Education Finance Reform Committee. Ray currently serves on the Board of Diamond Bay Academy, a prospective charter school.
In 1997, Ray had the privilege of starting the One Church One Family Foundation. Its goal is to encourage every church in Delaware to adopt a welfare family and lead that family to self-sufficiency. That project now boasts 84 community-based churches that are committed to making a lasting and meaningful difference.