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Raymond Francis Friesecke

Raymond Francis Friesecke, American Health company executive ( hlth: hlth. service, Director)health company executive. Member NRA, National Health Federation, American Chemical Society, Physicians Committee for Responsbile Medicine, Marin Philosophical Society (vice president 1991-1992), Center for Science in Public Interest, Health Medicine Forum, Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society, The World Affairs Council.

Background

Friesecke, Raymond Francis was born on March 12, 1937 in New York City. Son of Bernhard P. K.and Josephine (De Tomi) Friesecke.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Boston College, 1959. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1961. Product specialist Dewey & Almy Chemical division W. R. Grace & Company, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1963-1966.

Market planning specialist USM Corporation, Boston, 1966-1971. Management consultant, Boston, 1971-1974. Director planning and development Schweitzer division Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Lee, Massachusetts, 1974-1978.

Vice president corporation planning Butler Automatic, Inc., Canton, Massachusetts, 1978-1980. President Butler-Europe Inc., Greenwich, Connecticut and Munich, Germany, 1980. Vice president marketing and planning Butler Greenwich Inc., 1980-1981.

President Strategic Management Assocs., San Rafael, California, 1981-1996. Chairman Beyond Health Corporation, 1994^. Corporation clerk, vice president Building.

Career

Research and Development, Inc., Cambridge, 1966-1968. Host, producer The Ounce of Prevention Show, Station KEST, San Francisco, 1994-1998, Stations KBPA and WNN, 1998^. Author: Management by Relative Product Quality, The New Way to Manage.

Editor Beyond Health News, 1995^. Contributor articles to professional journals State chairman Citizens for Fair Taxation, 1972-1973. State co-chairman Massachusetts Young Representatives, 1967-1969.

Chairman Ward 7 Republican Committee, Cambridge, 1968-1970. Vice chairman Cambridge Republican City Committee, 1966-1968. Vice-chairman Kentfield Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation, 1986-1988, chairman, 1988-1991.

Republican candidate Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1964, 66. President Marin Republican Council, 1986-1991. Chairman California Academy,1986-1988.

Secretary Navy League Marin Council, 1984-1991, vice president 94^. Board directors The Marin Ballet, 1996-1998. First lieutenant United States Army, 1961-1963.

Membership

State chairman Citizens for Fair Taxation, 1972-1973. State co-chairman Massachusetts Young Representatives, 1967-1969. Chairman Ward 7 Republican Committee, Cambridge, 1968-1970.

Vice-chairman Cambridge Republican City Committee, 1966-1968. Board directors Kentfield Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation, 1986-1988, chairman, 1988-1991. Republican candidate Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1964, 66.

President Marin Republican Council, 1986-1991. Chairman California Academy, 1986-1988. Secretary Navy League Marin Council, 1984-1991, vice president, 1994-2000.

Board directors The Marin Ballet, 1996-1998. Board directors Institutes for Behavioral Physiology, Seattle, 1999-2000. National chairman Project to End Disease, since 2005.

1st lieutenant United States Army, 1961-1963. Member National Rifle Association, National Health Federation, American Chemical Society, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Marin Philosophical Society (vice president 1991-1992), Center for Science in Public Interest, Health Medicine Forum, Association of America Physicians and Surgeons, Orthomolecular Health Medicine Society, The World Affairs Council, American Holistic Health Association, Naval Institute, Milt. Officers Association American, American Legion.