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Paul Robert Ignatius was American executive. Recipient Distinguished Civilian Service award Department Army, 1962; Civilian Public Service award Department Navy, 1969; Distinguished Civilian Public Service award Department Defense, 1969. Board directors National Symphony Orchestra, George C. Marshall Foundation; board regents Georgetown University; chairman board trustees Logistics Management Institute; Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Ignatius, Paul Robert was born on November 11, 1920 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of H. B. and Elisa (Jamgochian) Ignatius.

Education

Bachelor of Arts Southern California, 1942. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1947.

Career

Instructor business administration Harvard Business School, 1947-1950. Vice president, director Harbridge House, Inc. (management consultant), Boston, 1950-1961.

Assistant secretary army for installations and logistics, 1961-1963. Undersecretary, 1964. Assistant secretary of defense, 1964-1967.

Secretary of navy, 1967-1969. President The Washington Post, 69-71. Executive vice president Air Transportation Association, 1972, president, chief executive officer, 1972-1986.

Board directors Computer Data Systems, Inc.

Achievements

  • Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Chevy Chase (Maryland) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE `description` = VALUES(`description`); Metropolitan (Washington).

Membership

Board directors National Symphony Orchestra, George C. Marshall Foundation. Board regents Georgetown University. Chairman board trustees Logistics Management Institute.

Member Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Chevy Chase (Maryland). Metropolitan (Washington).

Connections

Married Nancy Sharpless Weiser, December 20, 1947. Children– David, Amy, Sarah, Alan.

father:
H. B. Ignatius

mother:
Elisa (Jamgochian) Ignatius

spouse:
Nancy Sharpless Weiser

child:
David Ignatius

child:
Amy Ignatius

child:
Sarah Ignatius

child:
Alan Ignatius