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John Paul Winkelmann

John Paul Winkelmann, American pharmacist. Registered pharmacist, Missouri; notary public; sr.cert. professional manager (CM).

Background

  • Winkelmann, John Paul was born on September 14, 1933 in St. Louis. Son of Clarence Henry and Alyce Marie (Pierce) Winkelmann.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, St. Louis University, 1955. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, St. Louis College Pharmacy, 1960. Doctor of Science, London College Applied Science, 1972.

      Doctor of Education, International Institute for Advanced Studies, 1987.

    Career

    • President, chief pharmacist Winkelmann Apothecary, Ltd., Clayton, Missouri, 1960-1976. Founding member National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States, 1962. President National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States (hdqs St. Louis, since 1967), St. Louis, 1968-1970, 1979—1983.

      Honorary president National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States, 1984, co-president, since 1985, executive director, since 1970, founding editor, since 1967. Distributor pharmaceuticals and medicines to missions worldwide.

    Major achievements

    • Registered pharmacist, Missouri. Notary public; sr.cert. professional manager (CM).

    Works

    • Author: History of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 1964, Catholic Pharmacy, 1966. Founding editor The Catholic Pharmacist Journal, since 1967. Contributor over 500 articles to professional publications.

    Membership

    Unit commissioner Greater St. Louis council Boy Scouts American. Charter member Missouri Statewide Professional Services Review Organization, 1976-1978. Republican Presidential Task Force, Washington, since 1982.

    Trustee St. Louis College Pharmacy, 1961-1984, chairman audit committee, 1968-1983. Worker St. Louis Archdiocesan Development Appeal, 1969-1988. Board directors Missionary Sisters St. Peter Claver Advisory Board, 1974-1977.

    Retreat captain for parish church, 1976-1983. Captain United States Air Force Reserve, retired. Fellow Royal Society Health, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild (Pharmacist of Year 1970), American College Apothecaries, American College Pharmacists, Society Apothecaries of London Faculty of Philosophy and History of Medicine and Pharmacy, Royal Society of St. George.

    Member American Board Diplomates in Pharmacy (charter), American Institute History Pharmacy (council 1977-1980, state representative since 1980, Commendation award 1966), Institute Certified Professional Managers (certified), American Pharmaceutical Association Academy Pharmaceutical Practice (charter 1967), St. Louis Veterinary Druggists Association, Association Military Surgeons United States, National Association Holy Name Society (vice president 1981-1991), St. Louis Archdiocesan Union Holy Name Society (president 1982-1984), American Veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, American Legion, Army and Navy Union, Military Order of World Wars, Military Order of Loyal Legion, Military Order of Foreign Wars, Order of Lafayette, Polish Legion American Veterans, Catholic War Veterans, Anchor and Caduceus Society of United States Public Health Service, Rho Chi.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret (Peggy) Ann Grandy, June 16, 1967. Children: John Damian and James Paul (twins), Joseph Peter, Christopher Louis, Sean Martin.
    • father: Clarence Henry Winkelmann
    • mother: Alyce Marie (Pierce) Winkelmann
    • spouse: Margaret
    • children: John Damian and James Paul Winkelmann (twins)
    • Joseph Peter Winkelmann
    • Christopher Louis Winkelmann
    • Sean Martin Winkelmann
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    Born September 14, 1933
    Nationality
    • 1955
      St. Louis University
    • 1960
      St. Louis College Pharmacy
    • 1972
      London College Applied Science
    • 1987
      International Institute for Advanced Studies
    • 1960 - 1976
      President
      Clayton, North Carolina, United States
    • 1962
      founding member, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States
    • 1967
      honorary president, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States
    • 1968 - 1970
      president, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States (hdqs St. Louis
    • 1979 - 1983
      president, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States (hdqs St. Louis
    • 1984
      honorary president, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States
    • 1985
      honorary president, National Catholic Pharmacists Guild United States
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