Charles G. “Charlie” Woram, a well-respected veteran of the municipal securities industry, passed away on April 30 at his home in Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Mr. Woram entered the municipal business in 1964 as a sales representative at Wood, Struthers and Winthrop. In 1974, he founded Brislin & Woram and served as a principal there until the firm’s dissolution in 1987. He joined Roosevelt & Cross the following year and remained active there as a senior representative until his death.
Mr. Woram provided sales coverage to a variety of institutional and high-net-worth retail customers, capturing their loyalty with meticulous service and careful attention to the needs of each account. He was well known for his carefully constructed views on the municipal market, and on the general importance of credit and liquidity considerations to its efficiency.
Mr. Woram is survived by his wife Kathleen, and by a large and devoted family of six children and 16 grandchildren.