Theodore Charles (T.C.) Conrad is the 6th from the left on the bottom row of Harvard Law School graduates, class of 1933.
Mr. Conrad was born in Lapel, Indiana, graduated as a Rector Scholar with a B.S. in the classics from De Paul University and Harvard Law School with a JD. After further studies at Northwestern University, he became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and later served as one of the first professionals in the state of North Carolina with dual credentials as a Tax Attorney and a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Conrad founded and was senior partner of Conrad and Company, an accounting firm, later known as Conrad, Hoey, East & Company with offices in Charlotte, NC, Asheboro, NC and Spartanburg, SC. He was active in Republican politics and ran as the state-wide Republican candidate for Auditor and Treasurer. He retired from public accounting in 1974, and then associated with his son-in-law, Louis A. Trosch with the law firm of Conrad Trosch and Kemmy of Charlotte, NC. He was a Blue Lodge Mason, Scottish Rite Shriner, CPA and member of the bar in various states. He was a charter member of the Mecklenburg Kiwanis Club, Kiwanis Travel Club Leading Salesman for two years, past Kiwanian of the Year, a member of National Association of Accountants (now IMA) a national vice-president of the National Association of Accountants, a member or the Stuart Cameron McLeod Society, life member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, life member of the NC Association of Certified Public Accountants, member of National Association of Tax Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants, NC Bar Association and Myers Park Baptist Church where he was a Sunday School Teacher.
Conrad Trosch and Kemmy P.A. is one of Charlotte, North Carolina’s oldest and most respected law firms, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2020.