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Gustav Crane Hertz

government official.

Gustav Crane Hertz, American government official. Member staff First Hoover Commission, 1953-1954; Member American Society Public Administration, Public Personnel Association (president Washington chapter).

Background

Hertz, Gustav Crane was born on May 10, 1918 in New York City. Son of Gustav Charles and Lois (Crane) Hertz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Social Science, American U., 1946.

Career

Engaged in manufacturing, 1949-1951. Assistant director civilian personnel United States Marine Corps, 1950-1951. Staff director manpower policy committee United States Senate, 1951-1953.

Consultant reorganization Post Office Department, 1953-1954. Principal associate Lewis J. Kroeger Associates, management consultant, 1954-1958. Chief Far East public administration branch Agency for International Development, 1958-1963.

Chief public administrative div. USOM to Viet Nam Saigon, since 1963.

Works

  • Author articles in field.

Membership

Member staff First Hoover Commission, 1953-1954. Member American Society Public Administration, Public Personnel Association (president Washington chapter).

Connections

Married Solange Strong, December 6, 1938. Children: Crane, Lydia, Gustav, Stephen, Mary Christina.

father:
Gustav Charles Hertz

mother:
Lois (Crane) Hertz

spouse:
Solange Strong

children:
Crane Hertz

Lydia Hertz

Gustav Hertz

Stephen Hertz

Mary Christina Hertz