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Laurence Marion Trask

Laurence Marion Trask, American publishing executive.


  • Trask, Laurence Marion was born on November 7, 1935 in Oneonta, New York, United States. Son of Millard Rathbun and Laura Pamelia (Woodlands) Trask.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Journalism, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, 1957.


    • Continuity assistant Station WIMA-television, Lima, Ohio, 1958-1959. State editor Construction Digest, Indianapolis, 1959-1962, eastern manager, 1962-1963, vice president, 1973-1985, Allied Publications Inc., Indianapolis, 1985-1989. Public Journal of Explosives Engineering, Dublin, from 1983.

      President Trade Association Management & Services, from 1971. Member advisory committee National Safety Council, Chicago, 1978-1979, Agricultural and Technology Institute, Ohio State University, Wooster, since 1985.


    • Contributing author Places to Fly, 1968. Contributor articles to Columbus Dispatch magazine, 1967-1970.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Member Dublin Community Council, 1969. Member agricultural advisory committee Voinovich-DeWine for Governor campaign, Columbus, 1990. Captain United States Army Reserve, 1957-1968.

    Member Successful Magazine Publications Group, American Truck History Society, American Legion (post vice Commander 1990), Toastmasters International (winner district humorous speech contest 1986), Buckeye Packard Club, Bowling Green Lettermans Club.



    Toy collecting, shooting, military history, antique automobiles.


    • Married Jeanne Frances Anderson, November 10, 1957 (divorced April 1982). Children: Cynthia, Laurence Marion Junior, Michael, Richard. Married Joyce Elaine Nehrig, December 4, 1982.
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    Born November 7, 1935
    Died February 15, 2006
    (aged 70)
    • 1957
      Bowling Green State University
    • 1958 - 1959
      Continuity assistant, Station WIMA-television
      Lima, Peru, Peru
    • 1959 - 1962
      state editor Construction Digest
      Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
    • 1985 - 1989
      state editor Construction Digest
      Indianapolis, Indiana, United States