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Philip Hamilton Stephens

Philip Hamilton Stephens, American company executive, consultant. Chairman Cub Scouts Committee Boy Scouts American, Menlo Park, California, 1968-1970; director Democrats for McCloskey, Palo Alto, 1976-1980. Sergeant United States Army, 1945-1947. Member American Management Institute, San Alma Association (board directors since 1981), Mensa, American Apartment Owners Association.

Background

  • Stephens, Philip Hamilton was born on September 4, 1927 in Oakland, California, United States. Son of Raymond Hamilton and Harriet (Peck) Stephens.

  • Education

    • Student, University San Francisco, 1953. Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1957.

    Career

    • Director Standard Oil California, San Francisco, 1948-1950, accounting and marketing researcher, 1951-1953. Regional accountant manager Ampex Corporation, Redwood City, California, 1957-1961, manager international planning, since 1977. Accounts director Toamco-Japan, Tokyo, 1970-1976.

      Consultant Stephens Group, Palo Alto, California, since 1977.

    Works

    • A Dark and Stormy Night (Road to Avonlea, No 25)
    • Thinking he is helping a friend when he hides jewelry thief Amanda Stone's latest cache, lovesick Gus is beside himself when Amanda's partner threatens to kill her, and it is up to Sara, Felicity, and Felix to save the day.
    • Author: (radio show) It Was a Dark and Stormy Night, 1973, (book) Letters on Our Times, 1986.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Chairman Cub Scouts Committee Boy Scouts American, Menlo Park, California, 1968-1970. Director Democrats for McCloskey, Palo Alto, 1976-1980. Sergeant United States Army, 1945-1947.

    Member American Management Institute, San Alma Association (board directors since 1981), Mensa, American Apartment Owners Association.

    Connections

    • Married Cherie Ann Mashburn, January 30, 1954. Children: Tracy, Norman.
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    Born September 4, 1927
    • 1953
      University San Francisco
    • 1957
      University California
    • 1948 - 1950
      Director, Standard Oil California
      San Francisco, California, United States
    • 1957 - 1961
      regional accountant, manager Ampex Corporation
      Redwood City, California, United States
    • 1970 - 1976
      accounts director, Toamco-Japan
      Tokyo, Japan