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Information systems executive

Richard Herbert Giering, American information systems executive. Achievements include invention of Data/Cen. Member of American Society Information Sciences, Association Computing Machinery.

Background

Giering, Richard Herbert was born on November 27, 1929 in Emmaus, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Harold Augustus and Marguerite (Bruder) Giering.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Mathematics University Arizona, 1962.

Career

Instructor data processing University Arizona, Tucson, 1962—1963. Section chief data processing Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1966—1967. With Mead Technology Laboratories (formerly Data Corporation), Dayton, Ohio, 1967—1977, vice president technical operations, 1970—1971, director information system, 1971—1977.

President, Chief Executive Officer Directorate General Associates, Inc., since 1974. President Infotex Associate, 1977—1986. Manager Product Systems, ommerce Clearing House, Inc., since 1986.

With United States Army, 1947, commissioned Second lieutenant to captain United States Army, 1963-1965.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of Data/Cen.

Membership

Member of American Society Information Sciences, Association Computing Machinery.

Connections

Married Carol Alice Scott, August 16, 1959. Children: Richard Herbert, Scott K. Enlisted United States Army, 1947, commissioned.

father:
Harold Augustus Giering

mother:
Marguerite (Bruder) Giering

spouse:
Carol Alice Scott

children:
Richard Herbert Giering

Scott K. Enlisted United States Army Giering

commd Giering

1947 Giering