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Howard Herman Moldenhauer

Howard Herman Moldenhauer, American Lawyer, banker. Bar: Nebraska 1956. Recipient Nebraska State Bar Foundation award, 1992; scholarships named in his honor by Phi Beta Kappa, Rotary club, and University of Michigan Law School.

Background

Moldenhauer, Howard Herman was born on October 20, 1929 in Charles City, Iowa, United States. Son of Harry Albert and Grace Ellen (Jensen) Moldenhauer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts with highest distinction, State University Iowa, 1951;Juris Doctor with distinction, University of Michigan, 1956.

Career

Partner firm Miller, Moldenhauer, Morrow & Woodward, Omaha, 1963-1965. Firm Fitzgerald, Brown, Leahy, McGill & Strom, 1965-1972. Vice president, secretary, general counsel FirsTier Bank N.A., FirsTier Finance Inc., 1972-1992.

Special assistant attorney general of, Nebraska, 1963-1972. Lecturer Creighton University Law School, 1972.

Membership

President Regency Homes Association, 1988-1990. Served with United States Army, 1951-1953. Fellow American Bar Foundation, Nebraska State Bar Foundation.

Member Omaha Bar Association (president 1972), Nebraska State Bar Association (president young lawyers section 1965, Foundation award 1992), American Bar Association, American Law Institute, Michigan Alumni Academy (board directors), Phi Beta Kappa, Order of the Coif, Omicron Delta Kappa. Clubs: Rotary (president Omaha 1980).

Connections

Married Mary Lee Grawcock, September 2, 1956. Children: Katherine, Elizabeth, James.