Log In

Joseph Theodore Hallock Edit Profile

also known as Ted Hallock

electric conservation-planning council official

Joseph Theodore Hallock, American electric conservation-planning council official. Decorated Distinguished Flying Cross, Air medal with three oak leaf clusters, Purple Heart with oak leaf cluster. Trustee Portland Art Museum, 1987-1988. Captain United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Society Professional Journalists.

Background

Hallock, Joseph Theodore was born on October 26, 1921 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Joseph Homer and Mary Elizabeth (Peninger) Hallock.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, University Oregon, 1948.

Career

Associate editor, Down Beat magazine, Chicago, 1947-1948;program director, Station KPOJ, Portland, Oregon, 1948-1953;director public affairs, J. Henry Helser & Company, Portland, 1953-1958;state coordinator, Oregon Centennial Commission, Portland, 1958-1959;president, Ted Hallock Inc., Portland, 1959-1963;president, The Hallock Agency Inc., Portland, 1981-1988;corporation secretary, The Hallock Agency Inc., Portland, since 1988;member, Oregon Senate, Salem, 1963-1983;Oregon member, Pacific N.W. Power Council, Portland, 1988-1994.

Membership

Trustee Portland Art Museum, 1987-1988. Captain United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Society Professional Journalists.

Connections

Married Phyllis Natwick, January 1946 (divorced March 1968). Children: Stephanie, Christopher, Leslie. Married Jacklyn Louise Goldsmith, September 12, 1969.

father:
Joseph Homer Hallock

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Peninger) Hallock

spouses:
Phyllis Natwick

Jacklyn Louise Goldsmith

children:
Stephanie Hallock

Christopher Hallock

Leslie Hallock