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Albert Francis Appleton

Albert Francis Appleton, American lawyer. Bar: California 1974, New York 1975. Recipient Special award, 1987.

Background

Appleton, Albert Francis was born on August 16, 1944 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Albert F. and Doris Frances (Kruesel) Appleton.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science with honors, Gonzaga University, 1966. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1970.

Career

Senior project planner Mayor' General’ s Office, New York City, 1970—1973. Special counsel Friends Earth, San Francisco, 1974. Executive assistant Office New York State Deputy Attorney General Medicaid Fraud Control (formerly New York State Special Prosecutor Nursing Homes), 1975—1982.

Legislation chairman National Association Medical Fraud Control Units, New York City, since 1982. Adjunct assistant professor public administration and environmental conservation St. John's University, since 1985.

Membership

Director New York City Court Employment Project, 1979—1981. Board directors New York City Audubon Society, president, 1981—1983. Board directors New York City Parks Council, executive committee member, Cornell University Laboratory Ornithology, Staten Island Greenbelt Stewardship Council, New York City Green Apple Coalition, Steering Committee, New York State Environmental Planning Lobby.

Connections

Married Dorothy Ann Stefanik. Children: Katherine, Alice.