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Government official

Jon Charles Schladweiler, American government official. Registered professional engineer & land surveyor, Arizona. Named Outstanding Citizen of Tucson, 1970.

Background

Schladweiler, Jon Charles was born on November 21, 1945 in Menonomie, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Walter John and Evangeline Francis (Schutz) Schladweiler.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1968. Postgraduate in Sanitary Engineering, University Arizona, 1973.

Career

Design engineer, engineering division AMOCO Chemicals Corporation, Chicago, 1968—1969. Design engineer, department water and sewers City of Tucson, 1973—1977. Chief engineer Pima County Wastewater Management Department, Tucson, 1977—1986, deputy director, engineering, since 1986.

With United States Air Force, 1969-1973.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer & land surveyor, Arizona.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publication.

Membership

Assistant coach American Youth Soccer Organization. Assistant coach & umpire Canada del Oro Little League, Tucson, 1984—1985, manager, 1986, 1988. Deacon St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 1983—1986.

Member of Select Society Sanitary Sludge Shovelers (board directors since 1986), National Society Professional Engineers, Arizona Water and Pollution Control Association (program moderator 1985, chairman, technical program committee 1986, conference member), Water Pollution Control Federation, Chi Epsilon, Theta Tau.

Connections

Married Lauren Johnson, June 15, 1968. Children: Scott David, Todd Charles.

father:
Walter John Schladweiler

mother:
Evangeline Francis (Schutz) Schladweiler

spouse:
Lauren Johnson

children:
Scott David Schladweiler

Todd Charles Schladweiler