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Richard Harold Rovsek

Richard Harold Rovsek, American marketing and communications executive.

Background

  • Rovsek, Richard Harold was born on March 14, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Frank J. and Elizabeth Jane (Watt) Rovsek.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1963. Account executive J. Walter Thompson, New York City. Account supr Boxell & Jacobs, Omaha.

      Assistant to president Post Keyes Gardner, Chicago. President Guest Pac Corporation, Mount Vernon, New York. Chairman Westport Marketing Companies, Inc., Connecticut, 1975-1985, American Mkgt.

      & Communications, Inc., Santa Barbara, California, since 1985. Creator, founder Statue Liberty Ellis Island Centennial Foundation, New York City, 1983. Executive producer Easter at White House, Washington, 1981-1986, National Pageant of Peace Christmas Tree Lighting, 1981-1986.

      Trustee Westport His. Society, since 1979; board directors Washington International Horse Show, since 1982, Bridgeport Downtown Cabaret Theatre, 1977-1979, Fairfield Chamber Orchestra, since 1980.

    Career

    • Chairman Westport Marketing Cos. Board directors Washington International Horse Show, since 1982, Bridgeport Downtown Cabaret Theatre, 1977-1979, Fairfield Chamber Orchestra, since 1980.

    Membership

    Clubs: Fairfield County Hunt (Westport, Connecticut).

    Connections

    • Married Jeris Ann Hoebel, January 23, 1963. Children– David Brian, Robin Elizabeth, Christian Alexander.
    • father: Frank J. Rovsek
    • mother: Elizabeth Jane (Watt) Rovsek
    • spouse: Jeris Ann Hoebel
    • children: David Brian Rovsek
    • Robin Elizabeth Rovsek
    • Christian Alexander Rovsek
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    Born March 14, 1940
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