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John Lathrop Munschauer

John Lathrop Munschauer, American writer. Decorated Bronze Star. Trustee DeWitt History Society, Ithaca, 1993. 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1941-1946. Member Cornell Emeritus Professors Association, Rotary.

Background

  • Munschauer, John Lathrop was born on March 30, 1919 in Buffalo. Son of Edwin Adam and Louise (Lathrop) Munschauer.

  • Education

    • AB, Cornell University, 1940.

    Career

    • Sales correspondent National Gypsum Company, Buffalo, 1940-1941. Director Cornell Career Center, Ithaca, New York, 1946-1984, director emeritus, from 1984. Career consultant J. Munschauer & Associates, Ithaca, since 1984.

      Employment consultant United States Government, 1951, 61, various corporations.

    Works

    • Author: Jobs for English Majors and Other Smart People, 1991. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Trustee DeWitt History Society, Ithaca, 1993. 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1941-1946. Member Cornell Emeritus Professors Association, Rotary.

    Personality

    Interests

    Skiing, tennis, reading.

    Connections

    • Married Grace Wood, May 24, 1952 (deceased 1961). Children: Susan, Lynne. Married Barbara York, January 31, 1962 (deceased 1971).

      Stepchildren: Amy York, Thomas York, Stephen York. Married Joyce Robinson, February 1, 1979. Stepchildren: Gregory Robinson, Bruce Robinson.
    • father: Edwin Adam Munschauer
    • mother: Louise (Lathrop) Munschauer
    • spouses: Grace Wood
    • Barbara York
    • Joyce Robinson
    • children: Susan Munschauer
    • Lynne Munschauer
    • Amy York Munschauer
    • Thomas York Munschauer
    • Stephen York Munschauer
    • Gregory Robinson Munschauer
    • Bruce Robinson Munschauer
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    Born March 30, 1919
    Died March 28, 2000
    (aged 81)
    Nationality
    • 1940
      Cornell University
    • 1940 - 1941
      Sales correspondent National Gypsum Company
      Buffalo, New York, United States
    • 1946 - 1984
      director, Cornell Career Center
      Ithaca, New York, United States

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