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William Albert Janssen

William Albert Janssen, American investment company executive. Recipient Jefferson award American Institute Public Service, l980.


  • Janssen, William Albert was born on September 22, 1926 in Pittsburgh. Son of Albert Henry and Haddassa Elizabeth (Hamilton) Janssen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, St. Francis College, 1959. Certified in computer programming, Columbia Institute, l96l. Postgraduate, University Arizona, 1963.


    • Compt., instructor Franciscan Order TOR's, Loretto, Pennsylvania, 1948-1961. Senior accountant Troupe, Kehoe, Whiteaker & Kent, Tucson, 1961-1963. President Western Computing Consultant, Inc., 1963-1965.

      Secretary-treasurer Tucson Data Center, 1965-1969. President, chief executive officer lst Great Western Investment Corporation, T, 1969-1976, Westates Investments, Inc., T, from since 1976. Chairman Tucson chapter Small Business Administration, l965.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Board directors Tucson Awareness House, l965-69. District administrator Little League Baseball, Tucson, l973-87, board directors, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, l984-87. Member National Association Accountants (president l966-67), Data Processing Management Association (president l968-69), Tucson Chamber of Commerce (chairman business consultant l964), Toastmasters, Civitan, Knights of Columbus (finance secretary l962-72).



    Little league baseball, chess, cards.


    • Married Margaret Mary Baker, September l2, l953 (divorced January l98l). Children: Janine, William Albert Junior, Felicia, Kevin, Dennis, Mary Denise, Patricia.
    • father: Albert Henry Janssen
    • mother: Haddassa Elizabeth (Hamilton) Janssen
    • spouse: Margaret Mary Baker
    • children: Janine Janssen
    • William Albert Junior Janssen
    • Felicia Janssen
    • Kevin Janssen
    • Dennis Janssen
    • Mary Denise Janssen
    • Patricia Janssen
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    Born September 22, 1926
    Died December 17, 2000
    (aged 74)
    • 1959
      St. Francis College
    • 1963
      University Arizona
    • 1961 - 1963
      senior, accountant Troupe
      Tucson, Arizona, United States
    • 1963 - 1965
      president, Western Computing Consultant
    • 1965 - 1969
      secretary-treasurer Tucson Data Center
    • 1969 - 1976
      president, officer lst Great Western Investment Corporation
    • 1969 - 1976
      chief executive, officer lst Great Western Investment Corporation
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