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Bernard Emerson Kaapcke was American editor. Recipient Silver Anvil award Public Relations Society of America, 1971, Writing award American Association Industrial Editors, 1970, Graphic Arts award Printing Industries American, 1970. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member International Association Business Communicators (Traffic Safety award, Gold Quill award for writing).

Background

Kaapcke, Bernard Emerson was born on November 16, 1920 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Ernest Herman and Ophelia Bohannon (Jones) Kaapcke.

Education

Student, Columbia, 1950. Student, University California, Berkeley, 1953. Bachelor, University Washington, 1952.

Career

Newsman U.P., Seattle, San Francisco, 1951-1953. Information specialist Navy Department, Port Hueneme, California, 1954-1955. Writer-editor Kaiser Companies, Oakland, 1955-1956, American Gas Association, New York City, 1956-1963.

Copywriter David Altman Advertising, 1964-1965. Editor, writer Insurance Information Institute, 1965-1985, director publications, 1972-1985. Fiction writer and editor, New York City, 1946-1950.

Teacher short story writing Scott Meredith School for Writers, 1949.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Report on Tomorrow, 1970. Editor: Journal of Ins, 1967-1982. Contributor fiction stories and articles to national publications.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member International Association Business Communicators (Traffic Safety award, Gold Quill award for writing). Clubs: Seaford Tennis, Amityville Choral Society.

Connections

Married Naomi Schiller, July 29, 1960. Children: David Michael, Karen Maya.

father:
Ernest Herman Kaapcke

mother:
Ophelia Bohannon (Jones) Kaapcke

spouse:
Naomi Schiller

children:
David Michael Kaapcke

Karen Maya Kaapcke