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Public relations executive

Jerome Ringer, American Public relations executive. Named Professional of Year Public Relations Club, 1986.


Ringer, Jerome was born on March 1, 1935 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Arthur and Alice (Olds) Ringer.


Bachelor of Business Administration, California State University, Northridge, 1967.


Reporter, Glendale (California) News, 1956-1958; public relations, Northrop, Van Nuys and Thousand Oaks, California, 1956-1964; public relations and advertising manager, Walter Kidder Webber A/C Division, Burbank, California, 1964-1967; account executive, Smith Klitton Advertising Agency, Santa Monica, California, 1967-1968; assistant to president, Cubic Corporation, San Diego, 1968-1994; director investor relations, Cubic Corporation, San Diego, 1994-1997. Public relations trustee U. San Diego, 1985-1997. Teaching associate public relations University of California, San Diego, 1984-1994.

Board directors Junior Achievement, San Diego, 1971-1990.


President San Diego chapter National Football Foundation, since 1972. Board directors United States Olympic Training Sight Task Force, San Diego, 1986-1992. Sergeant United States Army, 1954-1956.

Member Press Club of San Diego (president 1995-1996, Best Committee Relations Program award 1975, 78, 80, Man of Year 1986), Finance Analyst Society, Aviation Space Writers Association, Public Relations Society of America (board directors), University Southern California Trojan Club (San Diego).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: jogging, sports, gardening, helping youth.


Married Shirley A. O'Neal, January 5, 1955. Children: Julie Ann Webster, Kellie Lynn Burns.

Arthur Ringer

Alice (Olds) Ringer

Shirley A. O'Neal

Kellie Lynn Burns Ringer

Julie Ann Webster Ringer