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data processing executive

Michael Ralph Notaro, American data processing executive. Decorated knight of Malta, knight St. Gregory, knight Commander Order Merit (Italy), Star of Solidarity (Italy); recipient Bronze Keystone award, Chicago Boys Clubs, 1974, Data Processing Management Association award, 1976.

Background

Notaro, Michael Ralph was born on November 1, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Anthony and Felicia (Franzese) Notaro.

Education

Student, University Chicago, 1930—1932. Student, Northwestern University, 1932—1936. Doctor of Laws(honorary), DePaul University, 1967.

Career

Founder Statistical Tabulating Corporation, Chicago, since 1936. Owner, president, chairman, Chief Executive Officer division Stat:Tab, Computer Service Bureau, Computer Time Share Statistics Computer Utility Company. Board directors St. Paul Federal Bank for Savings, Chicago, Better Business Bureau, Chicago.

Membership

Trustee DePaul University, Chicago, 1956. Lay trustee Roman Catholic. Board directors Catholic Charities, Chicago, 1959, Chicago Boys Clubs, Chicago, 1946, Hundred Club, Chicago.

Citizens board Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Loyola University, Chicago. Member of Executives of Chicago Club (board directors), Athletic Club, Chicago Club, Tavern Club, Union League, Butterfield Country Club, Mid-American Club, Moose.

Connections

Married Irene Hapsude Notaro, May 5, 1936 (deceased September 1967). Children: Michael Ralph, Phyllis A. Married Ruth Eileen Bostrom, March 10, 1984.

father:
Anthony Notaro

mother:
Felicia (Franzese) Notaro

spouses:
Irene Hapsude Notaro

Ruth Eileen Bostrom

children:
Michael Ralph Notaro

Phyllis A. Notaro