Thomas M. Bledsoe

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Thomas M. Bledsoe is an Alabama-based businessman. He is notable for having previously been a director of Tepper Aviation, Inc., a heavy-lift aviation contractor which is widely alleged to be a CIA proprietary.[1] He is based in Dothan, Alabama.[2]

Alabama Trucking Association roles

Bledsoe is a previous division chairman (1996)[3] and co-division vice chairman (1998)[4] of the Alabama Trucking Association.

Political donations

A Tom Bledsoe of Dothan, Alabama, contributed $4500 to Governor Jim Folsom's campaign in 1994.[5]

Companies of which he has been a director, incorporator or president

From the Alabama Secretary of State's website:[2]

Articles and resources

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  1. Company records for Tepper Aviation, accessed November 10, 2006.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Records for Thomas M. Bledsoe on the Alabama Secretary of State's website.
  3. "Business Notes", Birmingham News (Alabama), July 2, 1996. Available via Lexis-Nexis, payment req'd.
  4. "Business Notes", Birmingham News (Alabama), July 30, 1998. Available via Lexis-Nexis, payment req'd.
  5. "Folsom draws $2 million since early June, part 1 - $1010-$150000", Birmingham News (Alabama), September 25, 1994. Available via Lexis-Nexis, payment req'd.

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