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Alan Brimble, British financial planner. Fellow, Chartered Institute Secretaries. Member citizens committee Metropolitan St. Louis Zoo-Museum District, 1970-1971; board directors International Institute, St. Louis, 1970-1973, Kansas City Arts Council, 1980-1984; vice president, Chief Financial Officer Meridian Residential Association, 1995-1999; president Meridian Master Association, 1997-1999. With Royal Air Force, 1948-1949.

Background

Brimble, Alan was born on June 5, 1930 in Langwith, England. Arrived in the United States, 1967. Son of Arthur George and May (Emery) Brimble.

Education

Bachelor of Arts with honors, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford (England) University, 1952; Master of Arts, St. Edmund Hall, Oxford (England) University, 1958; fellow, Chartered Institute Sections.

Career

Assistant secretary, Crompton Parkinson Ltd., London, 1960-1962; music and arts programmes organizer, British Broadcasting Corporation-television, 1962-1967; secretary, controller, St. Louis Art Museum, 1969-1979; director administration, Convention and Visitors Bureau Greater Kansas City, Missoury, 1979-1987; finance consultant, plan administrator, since 1987.

Membership

Member citizens committee Metropolitan St. Louis Zoo-Museum District, 1970-1971. Board directors International Institute, St. Louis, 1970-1973, Kansas City Arts Council, 1980-1984;vice president, Chief Financial Officer Meridian Residential Association, since 1995. Served with Royal Air Force, 1948-1949.

Member Meridian Master Association (president since 1997).

Connections

father:
Arthur George Brimble

mother:
May (Emery) Brimble