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Advertising agency executive

Lee Joseph Walters, American advertising agency executive. Chairman Committee Against Communist Activities in the United States, 1958-1960; trustee University West Los Los Angeles Served with Counter Intelligence Corps United States Army, 1952-1954, Korea. Member American Association Advertising Agencies (governor) Clubs: Chicago Advertising (executive vice president 1969-1971).

Background

Walters, Lee Joseph was born on September 19, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Leo and Agnes Theresa Walters.

Education

Graduate, Ray-Vogue School Advertising, 1951. Degree in Advt, Northwestern University, 1956.

Career

Co-founder, executive vice president Stern, Walters & Simmons, Chicago and Los Angeles, 1954-1977. Vice chairman Stern Walters/Earl Ludgin Inc. (Stern, Walters & Simmons acquired Earle Ludgin & Company), 1977-1979, Stern Walters/Earle Ludgin Inc., Chicago and Los Angeles, Stern Walters/Earle Ludgin Inc.

(acquired by Ted Bates & Company), since 1979.

Membership

Chairman Committee Against Communist Activities in the United States, 1958-1960. Trustee University West Los Los Angeles Served with Counter Intelligence Corps United States Army, 1952-1954, Korea. Member American Association Advertising Agencies (governor) Clubs: Chicago Advertising (executive vice president 1969-1971).

Connections

Married Carol Ann Brakesman, March 26, 1977. Children– Michael L., David J.

father:
Leo Walters

mother:
Agnes Theresa Walters

spouse:
Carol Ann Brakesman

child:
Michael L. Walters

child:
David J. Walters