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John George Brueckmann

John George Brueckmann, American writer, lecturer. Awarded Army Commendation Ribbon. Served as captain to major Quartermaster Corps., Army of the United States, 1942-1946.; Member American Legion, Kappa Delta Pi, Honorary Tarheel.; Mason (32°), National Sojourner.

Background

  • Brueckmann, John George was born on May 20, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Max and Mary A. (Vogt) Brueckmann.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Education, Pennsylvania State Teachers College, 1933. M. S., Temple University, 1936. Postgraduate New York University.

    Career

    • Instructor, Haverford (Pennsylvania) High School, 1933-1942. Instructor University of Pennsylvania, 1940-1941. Director vocational rehabilitation, education V.A. branch office 3, 1946-1950.

      Director Federal Civil Defense Training School, Ogontz, Pennsylvania, 1951-1952. Regional director F.C.D.A., region 2, 1952-1955. District manager Social Security Administration, 1955-1963.

      Freelance writer, lecturer, since 1964. Consultant Research Institute American, 1947-1948.

    Works

    • Author: Aflame and Afield (poetry). Articles in field. Lecturer social insurance, pre-retirement planning.

    Membership

    Served as captain to major Quartermaster Corps., Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member American Legion, Kappa Delta Pi, Honorary Tarheel. Mason (32°), National Sojourner.

    Connections

    • Married Sarah Scott Bradly, April.
    • father: Max Brueckmann
    • mother: Mary A. (Vogt) Brueckmann
    • spouse: Sarah Scott Bradly
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    Born March 20, 1904
    Died August 8, 1966
    (aged 62)
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