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Linda Lovas Hoeschler, investments business executive. Herbert Lehman fellow, 1966-1968.


Hoeschler, Linda Lovas was born on July 19, 1944 in Joplin, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Stephen Edward and Hildur (Wederquist) Lovas.


Bachelor, Barnard College, 1966. Master of Arts, New School for Social Research, 1968.


Free-lance writer, editor, lecturer, 1969-1976. Managing editor Minnesota Gov's Commission on Arts, St. Paul, 1976-1977. Arts grants coordinator Dayton-Hudson Foundation, Minneapolis, 1977-1978.

Director communications Dayton-Hudson Corporation, 1978-1980, vice president communications, 1980-1982. Regional manager B. Dalton Bookseller (subsidiary Dayton-Hudson Corporation), 1982-1983. Member advisory board National Computer Systems, 1981-1983, group vice president, 1983-1987.

President Landmark Investors, Ltd., St. Paul, since 1987. Board directors Personal Decisions Research, Inc.


  • Other Work

    • Author music, dance and book criticism, Minneapolis Star and St. Paul Pioneer Press. Author (with Jimmie Powell), Minnesota: State of the Arts, 1977.


President Lark Quartet, 1987-1988. Board directors Minnesota Dance Theatre, Minneapolis, 1979-1981, Plymouth Music Series, 1979-1986, Ordway Music Theatre, since 1988. Member executive committee, finance committee and books committee American Council for Arts, New York City, 1981-1987.

Member advisory board graduate programs in management College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, since 1986. Member, subcommittee chair Minnesota Governor's Commission on Education for Economic Growth, 1983-1985. Member North Center Regional Educational Laboratory, since 1985.

Member Women's Economic Roundtable. Club: Minneapolis.


Married John Gregory Hoeschler, August 27, 1966. Children: Kristen Bowe, Frederick Reeves.

Stephen Edward Lovas

Hildur (Wederquist) Lovas

John Gregory Hoeschler

Kristen Bowe Hoeschler

Frederick Reeves Hoeschler