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Communications consultant

Everett Charles Hoffman, American Communications consultant ( ind: service, Cons.)communications consultant. Recipient Martin Leisser award Carnegie-Mellon U., 1948; American Poets Society fellowship, 1973. Served with United States Air Force, 1943-1945; Member Archaeol. Institute American, Society Architectural Historians, Beta Theta Pi, Carnegie Mellon.

Background

Hoffman, Everett Charles was born on August 18, 1921 in Wampum, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Charles and Ann Hoffman.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1948. Postgraduate, Pennsylvania State University, 1948. Postgraduate, Worcester College, Oxford University, England, 1978.

Postgraduate, University College Dublin, 1980.

Career

Associate producer magic books Pixie Playtime television Sta WPIX, New York City, 1948—1950. Instructor indsl design and nature structure Cooper Union, Pratt Institute, 1949—1951. Manager marketing services McGraw-Hill, 1953—1957, 1964—1973, editor record newsletter, 1980—1990.

Copywriter Cunningham & Walsh, 1959—1963. Executive Morgan-Grampian Public Company, 1974—1976. Vice president Phoenix Gallery, New York City, 1977, vice president public affairs, 1978—1979.

Vice president r & d Allied Telecom, 1980—1981. United States correspondent University College, Dublin, since 1980. President Ad Counsel Associates, New York City, since 1982.

Columnist, writer, illustrator Woodsrunner Quarterly Unicorn Press, 1973—1987. Served with United States Air Force, 1943-1945, PTO, PsyWar United States Army Europe, 1951-1952.

Membership

Member of New York History Society, Carnegie Mellon Club (New York City), Society Architectural Historians, Archaeol. Institute America, Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

father:
Charles Hoffman

mother:
Ann Hoffman