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William Shoulden Apple

William Shoulden Apple, American association executive. award, 1961, Wayne State University Distinguished Service award, 1962, Hugo H.

Background

  • Apple, William Shoulden was born on July 28, 1918 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Harry and Ann (Chon) Apple.

  • Education

    • Student, Wayne State University, 1945-1946.

    Career

    • Instructor pharmacy University of Wisconsin, 1951-1953, assistant professor, 1953-1956, associate professor, department chairman pharmacy administration, 1956-1958. Assistant secretary American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, 1958-1959, secretary, general manager, 1959, executive director, 1959-1980, president, chief Executive officer, from 1980. Delegate United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Washington, 1960.

      Member Committee 100 for National Health Insurance Charter board directors Community Health Inc. Board directors American Association World Health Inc. United States committee for World Health Organization.

    Membership

    Served to major Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member National Drug Trade Conference (secretary-treasurer, president 1970), American, Wisconsin (president 1956-1957, Chairman of the Board 1957-1958) pharmaceutical assns), American Council Pharmaceutical Education (past president), International Pharmaceutical Federation (United States representative 1959-1974, vice president from 1974), New York Academy Sciences, Canada Pharmaceutical Association (honorary), Japan Pharmaceutical Association (honorary), Pharmaceutical Society Great Britain (honorary), Rho Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Phi Kappa Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Lucille Harriet Josephs, May 3, 1942. Children: Chandra Eden, Hugh Charles.
    • father: Harry Apple
    • mother: Ann (Chon) Apple
    • spouse: Lucille Harriet Josephs
    • children: Chandra Eden Apple
    • Hugh Charles Apple
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    Born July 28, 1918
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