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Richard Wallace Bruner, American writer. With United States Army Air Corps, 1944-1946.

Background

Bruner, Richard Wallace was born on June 26, 1926 in Burlington, Iowa, United States. Son of Eugene Floyd and Dorothy Katherine (Gavin) Bruner.

Education

Bachelor, University Minnesota, 1949.

Career

Editor, public Fridley (Minnesota) Free Press, 1950-1951. Reporter Mankato (Minnesota) Free Press, 1951-1953. Editor, program coordinator United Packing House, Des Moines, 1953-1957.

News writer NBC Radio and television, Chicago and New York City, 1957-1966. Freelance writer various locations, since 1966.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (books) Black Politicians, 1971, Whitney M. Young, Junior, The Story of a Pragmatic Humanst, 1972, (Off-Broadway plays) A Small Disturbance, Amistad. Editor: (newspaper) Budapest Week, 1992-1993. Regular contributor to periodicals including Electronic News, SKY Magazine, Delta Airlines inflight magazine.

      Contributor numerous articles to professional publications and popular magazines.

Membership

With United States Army Air Corps, 1944-1946.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis.

Connections

Married Rosemary Gertrude Holahan, June 14, 1947 (divorced November 1980). Children: Sean H., Susan V., Richard E. Married Erzsebet Maria Szeip, August 24, 1991.

1 stepchild, Marko Molnar.

father:
Eugene Floyd Bruner

mother:
Dorothy Katherine (Gavin) Bruner

spouses:
Rosemary Gertrude Holahan

Erzsebet Maria Szeip

children:
Sean H. Bruner

Susan V. Bruner

Richard E. Bruner