Lyman Howard Cozad Edit Profile
Bachelor of Business Administration, Ohio State University, 1935; Master of Science in Public Administration, Ohio State University, 1936; postgraduate, Yale University, 1936-1937; postgraduate, University of Southern California, 1948-1957.
Director exam, City of Los Angeles, 1939-1942; personnel officer, National Housing Agency, Washington, 1942-1943; personnel director, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Washington, 1944-1947; Southern California manager, Louis J. Kroeger & Associations, Los Angeles, 1947-1956; city manager, City of Colton, 1957-1964; administrative officer, City of Beverly Hills, California, 1964-1966; city manager, City of Arcadia, California, 1966-1977; Southern California manager, League of California Cities, 1977-1984; ranger rider, 1985-1998; vice president, Southern California representative, Public Svc. Skills Inc., Sacramento, 1986-1998. Instructor University of Southern California, 1941-1942, 48-58, University of California, Riverside, 1961-1963, California State University, Long Beach, 1974-1977.
With United States Army, 1943-1944. Member American Society for Public Administration, International City Managers Association, City Managers Department League of California Cities (Sacramento president 1972, life), Southern California Public Personnel Association Los Angeles (president 1942), Rotary (Colton chapter director 1961-1962, Arcadia chapter 1970-1977).
Children: Bradford, Roberta, Kimberly.