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educator , author , advertising consultant

Jesse K. Lair, American educator, author, advertising consultant. Served with United States Army Air Force, 1944-1945. Member American, Montana psychological associations.

Background

Lair, Jesse K. was born on October 11, 1926 in Bricelyn, Minnesota, United States. Son of Merle Thomas and Bertha Christina (Eggen) Lair.

Education

Bachelor, University Minnesota, 1948. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1965.

Career

Copywriter Bruce B. Brewer, Minneapolis, 1952-1956, Leo Burnett Advertising, Chicago, 1956-1957. Marketing consultant Jesse Lair Company, Minneapolis, 1957-1962. Associate professor University Minnesota, 1963-1967.

Associate professor educational psychology Montana State University, Bozeman, 1967-1977.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: I Ain't Much Baby– But I'm All I've Got, 1972, (with Jacqueline C. Lair) Hey God, What Should I do Now+19 , 1973, I Ain't Well, But I Sure Am Better, 1975, Ain't I a Wonder, And Ain't You a Wonder Too, 1977, Sex-If I Didn't Laugh, I'd Cry, 1979, I Don't Know Where I'm Going– But I Sure Ain't Lost, 1981, How To Have A Perfect Marriage with your Present Mate, 1984.

Membership

Served with United States Army Air Force, 1944-1945. Member American, Montana psychological associations.

Connections

Married Jacqueline Patricia Carey, July 7, 1949. Children– Janet Mary, Barbara Ann, Jesse Howard, Joseph Thomas, Michael Thaddeus.

father:
Merle Thomas Lair

mother:
Bertha Christina (Eggen) Lair

spouse:
Jacqueline Patricia Carey

children:
Janet Mary Lair

Barbara Ann Lair

Jesse Howard Lair

Joseph Thomas Lair

Michael Thaddeus Lair