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Federal official

Meyer Joseph Persow, American federal official. Decorated Army Achievement medal United States Army, El Paso, 1985, Dir's. award for Excellence United States Office of Personnel Management, 1995, Double Bronze medalist in cycling Gay Games IV, 1994.

Background

Persow, Meyer Joseph was born on July 22, 1958 in St. Louis. Son of Harold S. and Harriet Lee (Persow) Kadovitz.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, University Denver, 1980. Bachelor in Secondary Education, University Denver, 1980. Postgraduate, El Paso Community College, 1985.

Career

Legislation aide Office of the Governor, Denver, 1975. Teacher Sebastian High School, 1977-1979. Press secretary Barragan for Congress Committee, Thornton, Colorado, 1980.

Private practice tutor Denver, 1981-1983. Administrative assistant Tracks, International, Inc., 1986-1987. Customer service manager Continental Airlines, Denver, Washington, 1987-1988.

Program analyst United States Office Personnel Management, Washington, 1988-1999, treasury and overseas liaison officer, since 1999.

Membership

Vice chairman North High Campus Concept. Committee, Denver, 1976-1977. Committeeman Democratic Party Center Committee, Denver, 1976-1983.

Candidate Denver (Colorado) Board Education, 1977, 79. Member Democratic Party Executive Committee, Denver, 1978-1981. Sergeant United States Army, 1983-1986.

Member International Platform Association, Mortar Board, Federal Club (human rights campaign), Zeta Beta Tau.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, bicycle racing.

Connections

Life partner Daniel S. Meloy.

father:
Harold S. Kadovitz

mother:
Harriet Lee (Persow) Kadovitz