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Fred H. Steininger

social worker

Fred H. Steininger, American social worker. Recipient Good Government award Gary Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1955; Page One Civic award Gary Newspaper Guild, 1956; Human Relations award Gary chapter B’nai B’rith, 1959.

Background

Steininger, Fred H. was born on November 8, 1915 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Joseph and Rose (Moser) Steininger.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Joseph’s College Rensselear, Indiana, 1939. Master of Arts, University of Chicago, 1945.

Career

Social work supervisor Lake County (Indiana) Mental Health Clinic, 1945-1947. Assistant professor social work, and sociology Valparaiso U., 1947. Field work instructor and administrator University of Chicago, School Social Service Adminstrn, 1948.

Director Lake County Department Public Welfare, Gary, 1948-1964. Director bureau of family service welfare administration unites states department Health, Education and Welfare, 1964-1973, assistant administrator Federal-State Relations, Social and Rehabilitation Service, 1967, assistant commissioner region IV social and rehabilitation service, Atlanta, 1969-1973.

Membership

Member American Public Welfare Association (president 1961-1963, Howard E. Russell Memorial Merit award 1960), Council Social Work Education (vice president 1957-1962), National Association Social Workers, Knights of Columbus, Optimist.

Connections

Married Margaret Stalman, September 1, 1941. Children: Fred J., David A. Psychiatric.

father:
Joseph Steininger

mother:
Rose (Moser) Steininger

spouse:
Margaret Stalman

children:
Fred J. Steininger

David A. Psychiat Steininger