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Frederick Charles Nuesch, American Sports information administrator ( education)sports information administrator. Recipient Main Press Ctr.Mgr. award Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, 1984, Distinguished Alumni award Henderson State University, 1991; Named to Paris Junior College Hall of Fame, 1993, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical-Kingsville Athletic Hall of Fame, 1994.


Nuesch, Frederick Charles was born on July 10, 1938 in Malvern, Arkansas, United States. Son of James Charles and Charlene (Hudson) Nuesch.


S.James Charles and Charlene (Hudson) N. Bachelor of Arts English, Henderson State University, 1960. Master of Arts in Journalism, U. Missouri, 1962.

Sports editor Malvern Daily, Arkansas, 1962. Sports writer Arkansas.


Sports editor Malvern Daily, Arkansas, 1962. Sports writer Little Rock, 1962—1963. Sports editor Paris News, 1963—1968.

Assistant athletic director, sports information director Texas Agricultural and Industrial University, Kingsville (name changed to Texas Agricultural and Mechanical-Kingsville 1993, since 1968. Press coordinator National Collegiate Athletic Association Football Playoffs, McAllen, Texas, 1982—1985. Manager Main Press Center Los Angeles Olympic Games, 1984.

Press officer Houston Sports Festival, 1986, World University Games, Yugoslavia, 1987, Goodwill Games, Seattle, 1990, United States Olympic Festival, 1993, editor athletic brochures, programs, since 1968. Chairman parish St. Gertrude Roman Catholic Church, Kingsville, since 1979. Publicity chairman Kleberg County Cancer Society, 1982—1983.

Served as sergeant United States Air Force, 1963-1969.


Served as sergeant United States Air Force, 1963-1969. Member College.Sports Information Dirs. American (secretary since 1979, named to Hall of Fame 1983), National Association Intercollegiate Athletics (named to Hall of Fame 1979, Sports Information Director of Year 1982), Sports Information Dirs.

Association of National Association Intercollegiate Athletics (president 1972-1974). Club: Corpus Christi Press. Lodge: Rotary (president 1984-1985).


  • Other Interests

    Attending sports events.


Married Joan Isabel Howe, December 27, 1969.

James Charles Nuesch

Charlene (Hudson) Nuesch

Joan Isabel Howe