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Max Bruno Vanzi Edit Profile

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Max Bruno Vanzi, American editor. American Press Institute fellow Reston, Virginia, 1980; recipient certified excellence Overseas Press Club. American, New York City, 1983. Served with United States Air Force, 1953-1955.

Background

Vanzi, Max Bruno was born on September 24, 1934 in Ferrara, Italy. Son of Lambert S. Vanzi and Helen (Larimer) Hughes.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, University of California, Berkeley, 1959.

Career

Reporter, Oroville (California) Mercury, 1959-1960;reporter, United Press International, Seattle, 1960-1962;reporter, United Press International, San Francisco, 1962-1964;reporter, United Press International, Japan, India, Pakistan., 1964-1967;editor, correspondent, United Press International, Hong Kong, 1967-1968;manager Southeast Asia, United Press International, Singapore, 1969-1975;editor for Texas, United Press International, Dallas, 1975-1977;editor for California, United Press International, San Francisco, 1977-1981;general editor for Pacific division, United Press International, San Francisco, 1981-1984;editor, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post News Service, Los Angeles, 1984-1986;assistant metropolitan editor, Los Angeles Times, since 1986;news editor, Los Angeles Times, Sacramento Bureau, Sacramento, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Revolution in the Philippines: The United States in a Hall of Cracked Mirrors, 1984.

Membership

Served with United States Air Force, 1953-1955.

Connections

Married Lynn A. D'Costa. Children: Linda, Victor.

father:
Lambert S. Vanzi Hughes

mother:
Helen (Larimer) Hughes

spouse:
Lynn A. D'Costa

children:
Linda Vanzi

Victor Vanzi