|Husband:||Charles W. FIELDS , Jr (1927- )|
|Wife:||Vilma J. SCRUGGS (1929-2007)|
|Children:||Albert C. FIELDS (1949- )|
|DeNeese FIELDS (1950- )|
|Anthony A. "Tony" FIELDS (1953-2006)|
|Vincent K. FIELDS (1956-2006)|
|Name:||Charles W. FIELDS , Jr|
|Father:||Charles W. FIELDS , Sr (1903-1949)|
|Mother:||Mamie Irene Kyle FIELDS (1905-1969)|
|Birth||26 Apr 1927||Chattanooga, TN|
|Name:||Vilma J. SCRUGGS|
|Father:||Newton A. SCRUGGS (1906-1991)|
|Mother:||Josephine COLEMAN (1911-1968)|
|Birth||27 Feb 1929||Chattanooga, TN|
|Death||3 Jul 2007 (age 78)|
|Name:||Albert C. FIELDS|
|Spouse:||Audrey G. FIELDS (1950-2011)|
|Birth||24 Oct 1949||Des Moines, IA|
|1962 - took part in sit-in demonstration at SW Cafeteria with three others.
1963 - One of 10 black students that were the first to integrate Notre Dame High School in Chattanooga. Attended the school for one year.
1967- First musician from Riverside High School to be selected to All-State Band. Recorded on an album for state and regional bands.
1973 - First full-time disc jockey to work on WFLI radio, Chattanooga, TN (known as Quincy Lane on the Disco Train on the radio).
Professional Volleyball Ref for twenty years. Received national certification in 2000.
2003-2004 Presented and facilitated sessions on White Privilege. Presented at White Privilege conference.
|Birth||24 Oct 1950||Nashville, TN|
|Name:||Anthony A. "Tony" FIELDS|
|Spouse 1:||Hoyland FIELDS (1954- )|
|Birth||27 Mar 1953||Inianapolis, IN|
|Death||4 Aug 2006 (age 53)||Chattanooga, TN|