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David A. Elliott Horsman Edit Profile

educator , writer , financial services executive

David A. Elliott Horsman, American Writer, financial services executive, educator. Recipient Founders Day award New York University, 1971. With United States Army, 1957-1959. Member Modern Language Association, National Society History Preservation, University Film Association, American Film Institute, International Platform Association, Society Education in Film and television, Alcuin Club.

Background

Horsman, David A. Elliott was born on June 28, 1932 in Calvert County, Maryland, United States. Son of Alvin W. and Bessie L. (Elliott) Horsman.

Education

Student, University Chicago. Bachelor, San Francisco State University, 1964. Master of Arts, New York University, 1967.

Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1970. Master of Divinity, Episcopalian Division School, 1984.

Career

Floor director, stage manager, WTOP-television, Washington, 1959-1961;television writer/producer, Insight, National Council Churches, Washington, 1961-1962;English master, director studies, Searing School, New York City, 1965-1967;assistant professor humanities, Academy aeronautics, Flushing, New York, 1967-1968;instructor humanities, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 1969-1970;associate professor, founder and coordinator film sequence, U. South Florida, Tampa, 1970-1980;headmaster, All Hallows Academy, Alexandria, Virginia, 1985-1987;president, Elliott Horsman & Associations, 1988-1989;finance consultant, Shearson Lehman Hutton, Inc., Baltimore, 1989-1991;investment broker, Royal Air Force Finance Corporation, Atlanta, 1991-1992;executive, Josepthal, Lyon & Ross, Atlanta, 1992-1993;vice president, Meyers, Pollock & Robbins, Atlanta, 1992-1997;president, Horsman Brothers, Inc., since 1998. Adjunct Professor Union Graduate School, Yellow Springs, Ohio, since 1976. Chairman of the Board of fellows All Hallows Hall, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Ordained priest, consecrated bishop Jurisdiction of Orthodox Church of Far Isles, 2000.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Liturgy as Communication, 1970, Introduction to Structural Description of Liturgical Dromena, 1979, (novel and screenplay) Pilgrims on Strange Strands, 1979, The Hovering Mercy and the Outstretched Hand, 2003, The Briar Patch, 2003, Christus Via, 2004, (novel) The Cosmopolitan Club Council Dossier, 2010.

Membership

With United States Army, 1957-1959. Member Modern Language Association, National Society History Preservation, University Film Association, American Film Institute, International Platform Association, Society Education in Film and television, Alcuin Club.

Connections

father:
Alvin W. Horsman

mother:
Bessie L. (Elliott) Horsman