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Robert Eugene Jagoda Edit Profile

writer , Communications executive

Robert Eugene Jagoda, American writer, retired communications executive. Decorated Purple Heart, Bronze Star; recipient Presidential Unit citation, Combat Infantry award.

Background

Jagoda, Robert Eugene was born on November 18, 1923 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1949.

Career

Copy editor Chicago Tribune, 1946—1948. Freelance writer, photographer, school teacher Hart, Michigan, 1949—1953. Member advertising/committee staff Union Carbide, Cleveland and New York City, 1953—1960.

Speechwriter, communications manager International Business Machines Corporation, White Plains, 1960—1986. Freelance speechwriter, advertising, public relations consultant New York City, since 1986. Sergeant infantry United States Army, 1943-1945.

Works

Membership

President Ulster County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Kingston, New York, 1990—1995, Ulster County Arts Council, Kingston, 1980—1983. Vice chair state advisory committee United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1978—1982. Member of International Business Machines Corporation Quarter Century Club, Ex-Prisoners of War.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, reading, photography, baseball.

Connections

Married Kitty Kuhne Jagoda, April 8, 1948. 1 child Eric.

spouse:
Kitty Kuhne Jagoda

child:
Eric Jagoda