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James Pearson King, American Marketing professional. Recipient Desi award, Graphic Design, United States of America, 1985, Bellringer award, Publicity Club New England, 1985, 86, 88, Blue Ribbon Exhibit award, New England Hospital Assembly, Boston, 1979, 80.


King, James Pearson was born on October 26, 1938 in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Henry and Gertrude Rita (Pearson) King.


Bachelor of Science, Tufts University, 1961. Postgrad, Harvard University, 1977.


Advertising representative, The New York Times, New York City, 1961-1967; senior account exec, Allied Advertising, Boston, 1967-1971; director public relations, Boston Hospital for Women, 1971-1977; vice president, corporation committee, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, 1978-1984; vice president public relations, Arnold & Company, Boston, 1984-1985; president, Arnold Public Rels., 1985; president, chief operating officer, King Konior Inc., 1985-1990; partner, KCS & A Public Rels., Boston, since 1990. Consultant in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Chairman Tufts University Alumni Fund, New York, 1963. Publicity director New York Tufts Club, 1964. Board directors Epilepsy Association of Greater Boston, since 1987, Crittendon-Hastings House, Boston, since 1989, Expansions Dance Company of New York, since 1989.

Member New England Hospital Public Rels and Marketing Association, Association American Medical College (regional chairman 1984. Lamp Lighter award 1975-1985), Public Relations Society of America, Newport Polo Club, United States Polo Association, New England Polo Club.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: polo, pianist, photographer, art collector.


Married Rayeanne Sexton, June 21, 1964 (divorced 1989). 1 child, Alison Suzanne.

John Henry King

Gertrude Rita (Pearson) King

Rayeanne Sexton

Alison Suzanne King