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Organization executive

Edward Scannell Butler, American organization executive. Served with Army of the United States, 1957-1959. Member Young Men's Business Club Greater New Orleans (defense bureau chairman 1962, editor Action 1963, Americanism award 1963), New Orleans Junior Chamber of Commerce (editor Forward 1963, Distinguished Service award, Outstanding Young Man in New Orleans award 1969), American Security Council (cold war victory committee 1966-1968).

Background

Butler, Edward Scannell was born on March 11, 1934 in New Orleans. Son of Edward Scannell and Unola (Perrin) Butler.

Education

Student, Loyola University, New Orleans, 1957. Student, National Art Academy, Washington, 1959.

Career

Account executive Brown-Friedman Advertising, New Orleans, 1960. Director staff Information Council of Americas, 1961-1962, executive vice president, 1963-1969, vice president communications, 1970, executive vice president, 1971-1977, president, since 1978, Scannell Associates, Inc., since 1967. Senior consultant to chairman board Eversharp Inc., 1966-1970, Technicolor Inc., 1966-1970, Frawley Corporation, 1989-1991, Schick Health Services, 1989-1991.

Speaker to national and local business education and professional groups, also appearances on radio and television, since 1961. Member national advisory committee Cold War Council, 1963-1966. Member advisory committee Friends of Free Asia, 1966-1967.

Member advisory board Young Americans for Freedom, 1967-1969. Board directors World Youth Crusade for Freedom, 1967-1968.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Producer: record album Oswald: Self-Portrait in Red, 1964, Oswald Speaks, 1967. Television special Hitler in Havana!, 1967. Host: television special Oswald: Self-Portrait, 1968.

      Television series The Square World of Ed Butler, 1969-1970. Host, executive producer: television series Spirit '76, 1975-1976. Radio-television series Spirit United States.

      Author: Revolution Is My Profession, 1968. Contributor articles to trade, professional and popular publications.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1957-1959. Member Young Men's Business Club Greater New Orleans (defense bureau chairman 1962, editor Action 1963, Americanism award 1963), New Orleans Junior Chamber of Commerce (editor Forward 1963, Distinguished Service award, Outstanding Young Man in New Orleans award 1969), American Security Council (cold war victory committee 1966-1968).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Gay Bringier Rivet, December 30, 1957 (divorced January 1972). Children: Edward Scannell IV, Nola Elizabeth, Matthew Franklin Thomson. Married Rosanne Marie Clarkston, November 18, 1972 (divorced 1981).

Children: Dawn Marie, Clarkston James.

father:
Edward Scannell Butler

mother:
Unola (Perrin) Butler

spouse:
Elizabeth Gay Bringier Rivet

spouse:
Rosanne Marie Clarkston

child:
Edward Scannell IV Butler

child:
Nola Elizabeth Butler

child:
Matthew Franklin Thomson Butler

child:
Dawn Marie Butler

child:
Clarkston James Butler