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Publishing company executive

John Charles Roman, American publishing company executive. Recipient Distinguished Lectureship in Office Administration award Catholic University, Washington, 1979.

Background

Roman, John Charles was born on December 25, 1920 in Gallatin, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Senior and Mary (Baka) Roman.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business Education, University Pittsburgh, 1949. Master of Education in Supervision and Administration, University Pittsburgh, 1951. Postgraduate, Michigan State University, 1957.

Postgraduate, University Cincinnati, 1963.

Career

Teacher, Butler (Pennsylvania) Public Schools, 1949-1950; teacher, Cincinnati Public Schools, 1950-1957; supervisor business and distributive education, Cincinnati Public Schools, 1958-1967; curriculum coordinator, Center Vocational High School, Cincinnati, 1955-1956; evening principal, Center Vocational High School, Cincinnati, 1957-1958; special projects director, assistant secondary school manager, assistant editor, South-Western Public Company, Cincinnati, 1967-1990. Visiting summer professor of University Pittsburgh, Michigan State University, East Lansing. Evening lecturer economics U. Cincinnati, 1958-1975, curriculum coordinator, 1966-1967.

Sales representative Nationwide Insurance and Heritage Securities, 1957-1966. Commentator professional soccer Station WLYK-FM, 1973-1975. Member of advisory board Cincinnati Technology College, 1970-1975, Cincinnati Public Schools, 1975.

Works

Membership

Auditor Forward Township, Allegheny County, Gallatin, Pennsylvania, 1947-1948. Soccer referee United States Soccer Football Association and Middle American College Association, 1950-1972. Member soccer champions United States Open, Gallatin, 1942.

Vice Commander Howard Trechter Post 638 Am Legion, Cincinnati, 1988-1995. With United States Navy, 1943-1946. Member Administrative Management Society (president Cincinnati chapter 1969-1970, functional director international education committee 1970-1971, 300 Club award 1969), National Business Education Association (president supervisors, teachers and administrators section 1967-1968), Ohio Business Teachers Association (president 1966), American Legion (Howard Trechter Post 638), Delta Pi Epsilon (president 1967).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: bowling, antique collecting, public speaking, soccer refereeing.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Ann Chesmar, August 25, 1951. 1 child, John Chesmar World War II.

father:
John Senior Roman

mother:
Mary (Baka) Roman

spouse:
Elizabeth Ann Chesmar