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Berton Roueché

Berton Roueché, American writer. Vice chairman E. Hampton (Long Island) Township Planning Board, 1965-1970; trustee Guild Hall, E. Hampton, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. Fellow Kansas City (Missouri) Academy Medicine; member American Epidemiological Society (honorary), American College of Physicians (Lewis Thomas Communications award, 1987).

Background

  • Roueché, Berton was born on April 16, 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of Clarence Berton and Nana (Mossman) Roueché.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Journalism, University Missouri, 1933.

    Career

    • Reporter Kansas City Star, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1934-1944. Staff writer New Yorker magazine, 1944-1994. Member executive committee Health Research Committee New York City.

    Works

    • The Incurable Wound
    • The Incurable Wound Paperback by Berton Roueche (Author) Paperback, Publisher: A Berkley Medallion Book; 2nd Printing edition (July, 1966) 141 pages, cover and pages show age but are both in very good condition for their age.
    • The Medical Detectives (Truman Talley)
    • Contains three fascinating tales of strange illnesses, rare diseases, poisons, and parasites--each tale a thriller of medical suspense by the incomparable Beron Roueche.
    • The Medical Detectives Volume 2
    • Contains three fascinating tales of strange illnesses, rare diseases, poisons, and parasites--each tale a thriller of medical suspense by the incomparable Beron Roueche.

    Membership

    Vice chairman E. Hampton (Long Island) Township Planning Board, 1965-1970. Trustee Guild Hall, E. Hampton, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. Fellow Kansas City (Missouri) Academy Medicine.

    Member American Epidemiological Society (honorary), American College of Physicians (Lewis Thomas Communications award, 1987). Clubs: Devon Yacht (Amagansett New York ). Coffee House (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Katherine Eisenhower, October 28, 1936. 1 son, Bradford.
    Berton Roueché
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    Died April 28, 1994
    (aged 83)
    • 1933
      University Missouri
    • 1934 - 1944
      Reporter Kansas City Star
    • 1944 - 1994
      staff writer, New Yorker magazine