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David McRae is a fourth-generation Mississippian who lives in Ridgeland with his wife, Katherine, and their three children. McRae is a graduate of the Mississippi College School of Law and is a licensed attorney. He is a managing partner with his brother of  the family business, McRae Investments, and is active in civic and charity organizations throughout the community and statewide.

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“Growing up as a fourth-generation Mississippian, I learned from my family’s experience with McRae’s Department Stores a strong work ethic and the importance of giving back to the community. I helped the Metro Capital Area Habitat for Humanity secure a significant donation to start their latest project, a neighborhood restoration initiative to revitalize and repair surrounding areas of Habitat homes. Every year we have secured funding to build an additional Habitat house.”

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“Growing up as a fourth-generation Mississippian, I learned from my family’s experience with McRae’s Department Stores a strong work ethic and the importance of giving back to the community. I helped the Metro Capital Area Habitat for Humanity secure a significant donation to start their latest project, a neighborhood restoration initiative to revitalize and repair surrounding areas of Habitat homes. Every year we have secured funding to build an additional Habitat house.”

“As a board member of the American Heart Association, I have focused on building teaching gardens for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson to educate about healthy living, and I assisted in creating the children’s fountains at the Mississippi Museum of Art. In 2014, we announced an endowment for the Henry Vaughan Watkins and Selby Watkins McRae Chair to be held by the Dean of the Law School at Mississippi College.”

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“As a board member of the American Heart Association, I have focused on building teaching gardens for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson to educate about healthy living, and I assisted in creating the children’s fountains at the Mississippi Museum of Art. In 2014, we announced an endowment for the Henry Vaughan Watkins and Selby Watkins McRae Chair to be held by the Dean of the Law School at Mississippi College.”