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John B. Reubens

John B. Reubens, American writer, editor, publisher, actor. Bar: New York 1942, United States District Court (southern district) New York, 1947. Decorate Silver Star, Bronze Star. With United States Army, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Background

  • Reubens, John B. was born on July 11, 1917 in New York City. Son of Raymond and Henrietta (Stern) Reubens.

  • Education

    • Student, Horace Mann, New York City, 1935. Bachelor cum laude, Yale University, 1939. Juris Doctor, Columbia University, 1942.

    Career

    • Partner Stern & Reubens, New York City, 1946-1951. Newspaperman Colorado Springs (Colorado) Free Press, 1951-1957. Information officer National Bureau Standards, Boulder, Colorado, 1958-1963.

      Proposal editor Ball Brothers, 1964-1966. Managing editor Center States Construction, Topeka, 1966-1968. Private practice editor, consultant Boulder, 1964-1978.

      Outdoor columnist Town & Country Magazine, 1970-1976. Free-lance writer Livingston, Montana, from 1978. Consultant Glencoe Press, Los Angeles, 1968-1970, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, 1971-1977.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1942, United States District Court (southern district) New York, 1947.

    Works

    • Author: And A Cat Named Sorpresa, 1981. Contributor articles to FlyFishing, Fly Fisherman, Fly Rod & Reel. Actor motion pictures, including A River Runs Through It, Billy the Kid, Kid Blue, Devil's Rain, since 1991.

    Membership

    With United States Army, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

    Personality

    Interests

    Fishing, flytying, woodworking, gardening, reading.

    Connections

    • Married Joyce T. Bloomfield, June 6, 1947 (div. 1957); children: Jean Reubens Lorrey, Vivian Reubens Spiro. Married Madonna Curran, October 17, 1959.
    • father: Raymond Reubens
    • mother: Henrietta (Stern) Reubens
    • spouses: Joyce T. Bloomfield
    • Madonna Curran
    • children: Jean Reubens Lorrey Reubens
    • Vivian Reubens Spiro Reubens
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    Born July 11, 1917
    Died July 1, 1999
    (aged 81)
    Nationality
    • 1935
      Horace Mann
    • 1939
      Yale University
    • 1942
      Columbia University
    • 1946 - 1951
      Partner, Stern & Reubens
    • 1951 - 1957
      newspaperman Colorado Springs (Colorado) Free Press
    • 1958 - 1963
      information officer, National Bureau Standards
      Boulder, Colorado, United States
    • 1964 - 1966
      proposal editor Ball Brothers
    • 1964 - 1978
      private practice, Boulder
    • 1964 - 1978
      consultant, Boulder
    • 1966 - 1968
      managing editor Center States Construction
      Topeka, Kansas, United States
    • 1970 - 1976
      outdoor columnist Town & Country Magazine
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