Lewis A. Massey
|Lewis A. Massey|
Massey speaking at Gainesville High School, April 2012.
|24th Secretary of State of Georgia|
January 1996 – January 1999
|Preceded by||Max Cleland|
|Succeeded by||Cathy Cox|
|Born||July 20, 1962|
Gainesville, Georgia, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Amy Reichard Massey|
|Children||Chandler Massey |
|Alma mater||University of Georgia|
Lewis Massey is the son of Abit Massey, was a lobbyist who became director of the Georgia Poultry Federation. He served as director of the state Commerce Department during the late 1950s. His mother, Kayanne Schoffner Massey, was chosen as Miss Georgia in 1959. 
Lewis A. Massey served as Secretary of State of Georgia, from January 1996 to January 1999. He was appointed to the position in January 1996 by then governor Zell Miller. Massey then was elected to the remainder of the unexpired term in November 1996.
Massey would later run for governor in 1998, losing to eventual winner Roy Barnes.
Massey is married to Amy Reichard Massey, and they have three children. Their eldest son, Chandler Massey, is an Daytime Emmy Award winning actor, their daughter, Mary Cameryn, is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and is employed at the Carter Center in Atlanta, and their youngest son, Christian, is a Freshman at the University of Georgia. Massey is a graduate of the University of Georgia and obtained an MBA in E-Commerce from Georgia State University.
In 2018 Massey became a Visiting Practitioner with the University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs and the Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communications' Public Affairs Professional Certificate Program, volunteering his time to work with students interested in a career in politics. In addition, he and his family have supported the School of Public and International Affairs significantly and most recently had the Massey Family Reading Room, a place for students to read and reflect on politics and public policy, dedicated in Baldwin Hall, in gratitude for their support over the years.
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