Storyteller: Vowell, Max R.

Interviewer: Bertalot, Lorretta

Date: 10/07/2018

Language: English

Initiative: Tulsans Talk

Description: Max attended North Oklahoma Jr. College and received an accounting degree from Oklahoma A & M. He worked for Stanolind Oil, then served 2 years in the US Army at Ft. Bliss. Then he moved to Tulsa to work for Arthur Anderson Accounting for 20 years. He entered private practice and then participated in setting up the Lou and Connie Miller Charitable Foundation. They donate to ballet, and infant services, and to the OSU accounting department, OU Law School, and OSU Tulsa scholarships. Max is proud of passing a 5 part CPA test the first time. Few females received equitable salary when he began accounting positions. He shares about his family. The dress code at Arthur Anderson changed through the years.

Subjects: College, Stanolind Oil, Ft. Bliss personnel unit, Arthur Anderson Accounting, Dress codes, Unequal pay for women, Lou & Connie Miller Charitable Foundation, CPA test, Family

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