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John George Brueckmann

writer , lecturer.

John George Brueckmann, American writer, lecturer. Awarded Army Commendation Ribbon. Served as captain to major Quartermaster Corps., Army of the United States, 1942-1946.; Member American Legion, Kappa Delta Pi, Honorary Tarheel.; Mason (32°), National Sojourner.

Background

Brueckmann, John George was born on May 20, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Max and Mary A. (Vogt) Brueckmann.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education, Pennsylvania State Teachers College, 1933. M. S., Temple University, 1936. Postgraduate New York University.

Career

Instructor, Haverford (Pennsylvania) High School, 1933-1942. Instructor University of Pennsylvania, 1940-1941. Director vocational rehabilitation, education V.A. branch office 3, 1946-1950.

Director Federal Civil Defense Training School, Ogontz, Pennsylvania, 1951-1952. Regional director F.C.D.A., region 2, 1952-1955. District manager Social Security Administration, 1955-1963.

Freelance writer, lecturer, since 1964. Consultant Research Institute American, 1947-1948.

Works

  • Author: Aflame and Afield (poetry). Articles in field. Lecturer social insurance, pre-retirement planning.

Membership

Served as captain to major Quartermaster Corps., Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member American Legion, Kappa Delta Pi, Honorary Tarheel. Mason (32°), National Sojourner.

Connections

Married Sarah Scott Bradly, April.

father:
Max Brueckmann

mother:
Mary A. (Vogt) Brueckmann

spouse:
Sarah Scott Bradly