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Public relations consultant

Blaine Frank Fabian, American public relations consultant. Executive committee member Hawk Mount Boy Scout council, Reading, 1980-1988, 90—; public relations committee member Chamber of Commerce Berks County, Reading, 1970-1989, 90—. With United States Navy, 1950-1954. Member Public Relations Society of America, Rotary Club (West Reading, Pennsylvania, president 1987-1987).

Background

Fabian, Blaine Frank was born on February 23, 1930 in Audubon, New Jersey, United States. Son of Walter Albert and Elizabeth (Mayer) Fabian.

Education

Student, Kutztown University, 1949. Student, University Michigan, 1978.

Career

Reporter, sports editor The Ephrata (Pennsylvania) Review, 1947-1950. Journalist United States Navy, New York City, 1950-1954. Associate editor The Minerva (Ohio) Leader, 1954.

Lebanon Bureau representative The Sunday News, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1954-1955, wire editor, writer, 1955-1962. Publicity assistant Metropolitan Edison Company, Reading, Pennsylvania, 1962-1964, supervisor publicity, 1964-1976, public information manager, 1976-1989, communications director, 1989-1991, retired, 1991. Private practice public relations consultant West Lawn, Pennsylvania, since 1991.

Public relations counsel Manufacturers Association of Berks, Reading, 1987-1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: The Pannsylvania Freemason, since 1995.

Membership

Executive committee member Hawk Mount Boy Scout council, Reading, 1980-1988, 90—. Public relations committee member Chamber of Commerce Berks County, Reading, 1970-1989, 90—. With United States Navy, 1950-1954.

Member Public Relations Society of America, Rotary Club (West Reading, Pennsylvania, president 1987-1987).

Connections

Married Loretta Elaine Bush, October 4, 1958. Children: Lori Elaine Skrincosky and Marjorie Edith Ketner (twins).

father:
Walter Albert Fabian

mother:
Elizabeth (Mayer) Fabian

spouse:
Loretta Elaine Bush

child:
Lori Elaine Skrincosky and Marjorie Edith Ketner Fabian (twins)