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numismatist

Kenneth Luster Hallenbeck, American Numismatist. Member Republican Center Committee, Fort Wayne, 1972-1977, Better Business Bureau, Colorado Springs; alternate delegate to Republican County and 5th Congressional District Caucuses. With United States Army, 1955-1957. Fellow Life Management Institute; member Colorado Springs Colorodo of C., Tokens and Medals Society (president), Masons, also numerous local, regional and national coin clubs.

Background

Hallenbeck, Kenneth Luster was born on October 20, 1931 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Son of Kenneth Luster and Ethel (Apfel) Hallenbeck.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Geography, University of Michigan, 1955.

Career

Planning analyst, Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1957-1970;senior planning analyst, Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1970-1972;assistant manager policy issue, Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1972-1977;Board of Governors, American Numismatic Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1971-1987;music curator, American Numismatic Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1977-1982;vice president, American Numismatic Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1987-1989;president, American Numismatic Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1989-1991;president, owner, Ken Hallenbeck Coin Gallery, Inc., Colorado Springs, since 1983. Appointed by President Nixon to the United States Assay Commission 1974. Testified before Congressional subcommittee on coinage and consumer affairs for commemorative coinage, member design selection committee for Olympic coin designs, 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to magazines.

Membership

Member Republican Center Committee, Fort Wayne, 1972-1977, Better Business Bureau, Colorado Springs. Delegate to Republican County and 5th Congressional District Caucuses. Secretary Pioneer Museum Foundation Board.

Member focus group Sacajewa Dollar design, 1998. With United States Army, 1955-1957. Fellow Life Management Institute.

Member Colorado Springs Colorodo of C., Tokens and Medals Society (past president), Pioneer Museum Foundation Board, Board Friends of the Pike's Peak Library. District, Masons, Shriners, also numerous local, regional and national coin clubs.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Coin collecting/numismatics, western history.

Connections

Married June Eugenia Miekka, July 2, 1955. Children: Kevin L., Thomas G., Scott A., Sheryl A.

father:
Kenneth Luster Hallenbeck

mother:
Ethel (Apfel) Hallenbeck

spouse:
June Eugenia Miekka

children:
Kevin L. Hallenbeck

Thomas G. Hallenbeck

Scott A. Hallenbeck

Sheryl A. Hallenbeck