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Public affairs executive

J. Louis Dombrowski, American public affairs executive. Recipient Edward Scott Beck award, Chicago Tribune, 1971.

Background

Dombrowski, J. Louis was born on June 16, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Nathan and Anna (Peachin) Dombrowski.

Education

Bachelor, University Maryland, 1954. Master of Business Administration, University Chicago, 1962.

Career

Business news reporter Chicago Tribune, 1956—1961, assistant finance editor, 1962—1966, consultant Washington, 1966—1972, Comptroller of Currency, Washington, 1961—1962. Member editorial board, 1972—1975. Director external affairs Regional Transportation Authority Northeastern Illinois, 1975—1979.

Vice president public relations National Association Realtors, since 1979.

Membership

Board directors Mental Health Association Greater Chicago. Associate board directors Mount Sinai Hospital Chicago. Member of Society of America Business and Economic Writers, National Association Real Estate Editors, Publicity Club Chicago, American Society Association Executives, Public Relations Society America, Pickwick Golf Club (Glenview, Illinois), Chicago Press Club.

Connections

Married Jo Ann Yount, October 15, 1960 (divorced). Children: Douglas, Kathy, Nancy. Married Paris Lynne Cox Hayduk, December 11, 1982.

1 child Veronica.

father:
Nathan Dombrowski

mother:
Anna (Peachin) Dombrowski

spouse:
Jo Ann Yount

spouse:
Paris Lynne Cox Hayduk

child:
Douglas Dombrowski

child:
Kathy Dombrowski

child:
Nancy Dombrowski

child:
Veronica Dombrowski