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director , business executive , Communications executive

Max Hugel was American communications executive, former federal agency administrator. Named Man of Year, City of Hope, 1982; recipient Martin Luther King award, Americans Progressing Together, 1969. Founder Mount Sinai Hospital, Miami, Florida; Member of Association Former Intelligence Officers, New Hampshire Jockey Club, Friar's Club, Knights of Malta Lodges, Masons Lodges.

Background

Hugel, Max was born on May 23, 1925 in Bronx, New York, United States. Son of Max and Theresa (Sturman) Hugel.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Michigan, 1953. President, chief officer Brother International Corporation, Piscataway, New Jersey, 1954-1975. Executive vice president, chief operating officer Centronics Computer Corporation, Hudson, New Jersey, 1975-1980.

Special assistant to director, deputy director for administration, deputy director for operations Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1981. Chairman of the Board InterDigital, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey, Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H. President International Syndications, Inc., Washington, Advanced Broadcast Media, Washington, Carmen, Carmen & Hugel Inc.

With Newslink, Inc., Washington. National chairman Project '88: Americans for the Reagan Agenda. C ontbr. articles on politics, nat. security, business to mags. and newspapers.

Founder, Mount Sinai Hospital, Miami, Florida, nat. director voter groups Reagan-Bush Campaign 80, Washington. Member Reagan-Bush Advisory Committee, Washington, 1984. Member Conservative Caucus.

Member Reagan National Committee.

Career

President, Chief Executive Officer Brother International Corporation, Piscataway, New Jersey, 1954—1975. Executive vice president, chief operating officer Centronics Computer Corporation, Hudson, 1975—1980. Chairman board InterDigital Inc., Princeton, Rockingham Park, New Hampshire, Salem.

President International Syndications Inc., Washington, Advanced Broadcast Media, Washington, Carmen, Carmen & Hugel Inc. With Newslink, Inc., Washington. National chairman Project 88 Americans Reagan Agenda.

National director voter group Reagan-Bush Campaign 80, Washington. Member Reagan-Bush Advisory Committee, 1984, Conservative Caucus, Reagan National Committee. 1st lieutenant Intelligence United States Army, 1943-1947.

Membership

Founder Mount Sinai Hospital, Miami, Florida. Member of Association Former Intelligence Officers, New Hampshire Jockey Club, Friar's Club, Knights of Malta Lodges, Masons Lodges.

Connections

Married Shirley Lorraine Feig, June 7, 1953. Children: Susan Jill Hugel Selbst, David, Richard.

father:
Max Hugel

mother:
Theresa (Sturman) Hugel

spouse:
Shirley Lorraine Feig

children:
Susan Jill Hugel Selbst Hugel

David Hugel

Richard Hugel