Perry Hooper Jr is an eminent figure that enjoys immense recognition online. With fans across the world and thanks to his dedication towards his work, Perry Hooper Jr has amassed an incredible following on social media.
He is one of the richest celebrities worldwide and possesses multiple sources of income.
Early Life and Education
Hooper was raised in Montgomery City police officer. After attending schools in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa he graduated with his degree. While serving with the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II he earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Alabama School of Law.
He served on the Alabama Republican Executive Committee and worked on President Donald Trump’s 2016 Alabama campaign, serving as columnist for Montgomery Advertiser newspaper.
Hooper played an instrumental role in Richard Nixon’s “Dixie Strategy”, or as historians refer to it, the Goldwater Plan – tapping white Southern male voters for support, while Hooper used this momentum to secure a probate judgeship in Montgomery County.
He has earned numerous awards and honors throughout his life and become an international celebrity, working hard and dedicating himself to reach this point. All his efforts and hard work have paid off!
He serves on the Alabama Republican State Executive Committee and co-chaired Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in Alabama in 2016. Additionally, he was delegate to three prior national conventions and regularly contributed his opinions in media outlets such as The Montgomery Advertiser.
Mr. Williamson has long supported President Donald Trump through public statements and opinion pieces, and in a lawsuit alleges that enemies have attempted to discredit him in retaliation for supporting Trump’s policies. It alleges that political adversaries have used an outside company to harm his reputation and career.
Achievement and Honors
Hooper served in the Alabama House of Representatives and was an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, writing columns for Montgomery Advertiser. Today he serves as vice president for Palomar Insurance of Montgomery.
He is a member of both the Republican National Committee and Trump Victory Committee. Additionally, he serves as president of the Bryant-Jordan Foundation which awards student-athlete scholarships annually to 52 recipients.
Hooper has established himself through hard work and dedication to his career, becoming one of the wealthiest people worldwide. However, his success hasn’t caused him to forget where he came from or give back to the community; rather he remains humble and down-to-earth despite all that success has brought.
Hooper has many supporters who praise him as being a loving father and husband who coaches Little League, serves on PTA/Kiwanis clubs, sang in church choir and has even volunteered at YMCA.
He serves on the Alabama State Republican Executive Committee and served as Trump Victory Chairman during Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign in Alabama. Additionally, he was an at-large delegate for Donald Trump at the national convention.
He resides in Montgomery with his wife, Marilyn Yost Hooper. Together, they have four children; among them Perry Hooper Jr. was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives and ran unsuccessfully as Republican nominee for Alabama Public Service Commission in 2006. Perry Hooper lives nearby Congresswoman Marty Roby and attends Trinity Presbyterian Church of Montgomery.
Hooper is one of the world’s renowned celebrities and has enjoyed immense success through hard work and determination. To reach his current position in life took an enormous amount of dedication but ultimately paid off.
Hooper was appointed to the Alabama Republican Party Executive Committee and served as Trump Victory Chair during the 2016 presidential election cycle. Additionally, he attended and delegated to the Republican National Convention.
Hooper currently resides in Montgomery with his wife and four children; among them is Perry Oliver Hooper Jr., an Alabama House member under Republican rule until 2006. Perry Oliver Hooper Jr. also ran as a Republican nominee for Alabama Public Service Commission but lost to incumbent Charles Lee Davis on November 7, 2006. Hooper collects old photographs from Beaumont from around 1902 up through 1950’s for personal collection purposes.