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Congressman , Public affairs consultant

Marvin L. Esch, American former congressman, public affairs consultant. Emeritus trustee John F. Kennedy Center the Performing Arts. Served with United States Army, United States Maritime Service, World World War World War II.

Background

Esch, Marvin L. was born on August 4, 1927 in Flinton, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University Michigan, 1950. Master of Arts, University Michigan, 1951. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1957.

Career

Professor Wayne State University. Also consultant University Michigan-Wayne State University Institute Labor and Industrial Relations, 1951-1964. Member Michigan House of Representatives, 1965-1966, United States Congress from 2d District Michigan, 1967—1977.

Director public affairs United States Steel Corporation, Washington, 1977-1980. Director programs and seminars American Enterprise Institute, 1981—1987. Republican candidate for United States Senate from Michigan, 1976.

Membership

Emeritus trustee John F. Kennedy Center the Performing Arts. Served with United States Army, United States Maritime Service, World World War World War II.

Connections

Married Olga Jurich; children: Emily, Leo, Thomas.

spouse:
Olga Jurich

children:
Emily Esch

Thomas Esch

Leo Esch