The Zhuge Family is an American family that first came to the United States in 1908. The family's patriarch is Zhuge Zhan (born 1913) and Amelia Grayson (1915-1948). Zhan and Grayson had two children, Orville Zhuge (born 1942) and Wilbur Zhuge (born in 1944).
Immigration to AmericaEdit
Zhuge Zhan and Amelia GraysonEdit
Zhuge Zhan and Amelia Grayson met in 1937 in Seattle, WA. They quickly fell in love and married the following year in 1938. They had two children, Orville Zhuge, born in 1942, and Wilbur Zhuge, born in 1944.
Orville Zhuge and Jackie CochranEdit
Wilbur Zhuge and Phoebe OmlieEdit
Zhuge Zhan becomes CEOEdit
By 1950, Zhuge Liang had become disillusioned with war and with the destruction caused by his company. He subsequently asked his 37-year old son, Zhuge Zhan, to step in and take over as CEO. Zhan's position as CEO was met with disapproval by the board of directors, which he would eventually replace.
Orville Shuge becomes CEOEdit
Orville Shuge became the CEO of The Corporation in 1972.
Using funds he had embezzled from The Corporation, Zhuge Zhan helped co-found The Cult