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Stephen Shadegg

Stephen Shadegg, American author. Named Phoenix Man of Year Phoenix Advertising Club, 1951.

Background

  • Shadegg, Stephen was born on December 8, 1909 in Minneapolis. Son of Jacob Carl and Katherine (Barden) Shadegg.

  • Education

    • Student, Pasadena (California) Community Playhouse School Theatre, 1932.

    Career

    • Writer for radio, 1936-1938. Writer for pulp magazines, 1939-1945. President S-K Research Laboratories (pharmaceuticals), Phoenix, 1941-1977, Stephen Shadegg Associates, Inc.

      (advertising and public relations), 1963-1990. Adjustment lecturer Arizona State University, 1981-1984.

    Works

    Membership

    President Phoenix Little Theatre, 1949, 52. General fund chairman Phoenix chapter American Red Cross, 1952. Chairman Arizona crusade American Cancer Society, 1957-1960.

    Member national council Protestant Episcopal Church, 1961-1990. General manager senatorial campaign Barry Goldwater, 1952, 58, 74, Paul Laxalt (Nevada), 1974. Consultant to National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1959-1960.

    Chairman Arizona Republican Party, 1960-1962. Western regional director Goldwater for President Committee, 1964, Republican National Committee, 1961-1962. General campaign manager Governor Jack Williams, 1966, 68, 70, Sen.

    Paul Fannin, 1970, Eldon Rudd for Congress, 1976, 78, 80, 82, 84. Member Edmund Burke Society of America Elk, Kiwanis, Press Club, Arizona Country Club (president 1956).

    Connections

    • Married Eugenia Kehr, February 14, 1939 (deceased 1988). Children: Cynthia, Eugenia, Stephen David, John Barden.
    • father: Jacob Carl Shadegg
    • mother: Katherine (Barden) Shadegg
    • spouse: Eugenia Kehr
    • children: Cynthia Shadegg
    • Eugenia Shadegg
    • Stephen David Shadegg
    • John Barden Shadegg
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    Born December 8, 1909
    Died April 16, 1990
    (aged 80)
    Nationality
    • 1932
      Pasadena (California) Community Playhouse School Theatre
    • 1936 - 1938
      Writer, for radio
    • 1939 - 1945
      writer, for pulp magazines
    • 1941 - 1977
      president, S-K Research Laboratories (pharmaceuticals)
      Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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