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newspaper , Television executive

Claude Earl Bullard, American newspaper, commercial printing and radio and television executive.


Bullard, Claude Earl was born on July 21, 1920 in Louisville. Son of George Adolph and Clara Etta (House) Bullard.


Student, University Louisville, 1947.


Owner, manager, C.E. Bullard Printing Company, Louisville, 1938-1943;journeyman printer, Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1946-1965;superintendent composing room, Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1965-1968;director operations, Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1968-1972;vice-president, director, Courier-Journal. Vice president We Have A Signal Radio/television, Standard Gravure, Stand Colorprint, Morristown, Tennessee, 1972-1975, senior vice president human resources, director, 1975-1985, retired, 1985.


Vice president board directors Bridgehaven, Louisville, 1980-1983, president board directors, 1985-1988. Chairman admissions committee Metropolitan United Way, Louisville, 1983-1992, member planning, allocations and research committee, 1983-1992. Board directors New Directions, Louisville, 1980-1982.

Member American Newspaper Publications Association, American Newspaper Personnel Association, American Society Training Directors, Southern Newspaper Publications Association, Louisville Personnel Association, Society of America Magicians, Louisville Magic Club. Clubs: Jefferson, First Tuesday Associates.


Son of George Adolph and Clara Etta (House) B. M. Mildred Gambert, July 24, 1943. 1 daughter, Susan Earle.

George Adolph Bullard

Clara Etta (House) Bullard

Mildred Gambert