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Richard Harold Rovsek

marketing and communications executive

Richard Harold Rovsek, American marketing and communications executive.

Background

Rovsek, Richard Harold was born on March 14, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Frank J. and Elizabeth Jane (Watt) Rovsek.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1963. Account executive J. Walter Thompson, New York City. Account supr Boxell & Jacobs, Omaha.

Assistant to president Post Keyes Gardner, Chicago. President Guest Pac Corporation, Mount Vernon, New York. Chairman Westport Marketing Companies, Inc., Connecticut, 1975-1985, American Mkgt.

& Communications, Inc., Santa Barbara, California, since 1985. Creator, founder Statue Liberty Ellis Island Centennial Foundation, New York City, 1983. Executive producer Easter at White House, Washington, 1981-1986, National Pageant of Peace Christmas Tree Lighting, 1981-1986.

Trustee Westport His. Society, since 1979; board directors Washington International Horse Show, since 1982, Bridgeport Downtown Cabaret Theatre, 1977-1979, Fairfield Chamber Orchestra, since 1980.

Career

Chairman Westport Marketing Cos. Board directors Washington International Horse Show, since 1982, Bridgeport Downtown Cabaret Theatre, 1977-1979, Fairfield Chamber Orchestra, since 1980.

Membership

Clubs: Fairfield County Hunt (Westport, Connecticut).

Connections

Married Jeris Ann Hoebel, January 23, 1963. Children– David Brian, Robin Elizabeth, Christian Alexander.

father:
Frank J. Rovsek

mother:
Elizabeth Jane (Watt) Rovsek

spouse:
Jeris Ann Hoebel

children:
David Brian Rovsek

Robin Elizabeth Rovsek

Christian Alexander Rovsek