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Rocco Leonard Martino, Canadian, American computer systems executive. Life Time Achievement honoree Monte Jade Society, 1999.


Martino, Rocco Leonard was born on June 25, 1929 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Son of Domenic and Josephine (DiGiulio) Martino.


Bachelor of Science, University Toronto, 1951. Master of Arts, University Toronto, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute Aerospace Studies, 1955.

Doctor of Science, Neumann College, 1993.


Director Univac Computing Service Center, Toronto, 1956-1959. President Mauchly Associates Canada Ltd., 1959-1962. Vice president Mauchly Associates, Inc., Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 1959-1961.

Manager advanced system Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, New York City, 1962-1964. Director advanced computer system Booz, Allen & Hamilton, 1965-1970. President, chairman board Information Industries, Inc. and subsidiary, Wayne, Pennsylvania, 1965-1970.

Chairman board XRT, Inc., since 1970. Chairman PCPhone, Inc. Chairman board, Chief Executive Officer Cyber Fone, Inc.

Associate professor mathematics University Waterloo, 1959-1962, professor engring, director Institute Systems and Management Engineering, 1964-1965. Adjunct associate professor New York University, 1963-1964, adjunct professor mathematics, 1964-1965, 66. Lecturer on computers management.

Chairman Computer-Use Task Force Federal Communications Commission, 1972-1973, Computer-Use Task Force United States Postal Service, 1973-1974.


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    • Author: Resources Management, 1968, Dynamic Costing, 1968, Project Management, 1968, Information Management: The Dynamics of Management Information System, 1968, Management Information System-Management Information Systems, 1969, Decision Patterns, 1969, Methodology of Management Information System, 1969, Personnel Information Systems, 1969, Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 1972, APG-Virtual Application Systems, 1981. Contributor numerous articles on management, computers and planning in professional publications. Designer, developer Application Program Generator computer system, 1974-1975, integrated treasury systems.

      Developer cash management and on-line international trading system, 1984, local area network system fault tolerant and disaster tolerant system for real-time finance transactions, commercial paper trading system for global networks.


Chairman International Foundation for Catholic Health Care. Chairman board directors MBF Computer Center for Handicapped Children. Board directors St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Gregorian University Foundation, New York, vice chairman board.

Chairman Governor Illinois Task Force, 1970-1971, Illinois Board Higher Education Task Force, 1971-1972. Member executive committee Gregorian University, New York and Rome, since 1987, board directors, since 1984, pontifical circle, since 1985, active, since 1982. Board directors National Legal Center Public Interest, since 1999.

Member Association Computing Machinery, Operations Research Society of America, National Italian American Foundation (board directors since 1991), Professional Engineers Ontario, Computing Society of Canada, ITEST (board directors), Union League Philadelphia, Lions, Overbrook Golf and Country Club, Yacht of Sea Isle city Club (commodore 1973-1974, trustee 1975-1986, chairman 1983-1986), Commodores Club, Mid-Atlantic Yacht Racing Association (commodore 1979-1981, secretary 1981-1983, officer since 1983), Order St. Gregory the Great (papal knight since 1991), Legatus (board directors 1988, eastern regional vice president 1992), Equestrian Order Holy Sepulchre (knight 1986, knight Commander 1989, knight grand cross 1995), Knights of Columbus, Order of Malta, Knights of Malta (knight 1988, knight commander 1989), Catholic Campaign for American (national council 1992).


Married Barbar L. D'Iorio, September 2, 1961. Children: Peter Domenic, Joseph Alfred, Paul Gerard, John Francis.

Domenic Martino

Josephine (DiGiulio) Martino

Barbar L. D'Iorio

Peter Domenic Martino

Joseph Alfred Martino

Paul Gerard Martino

John Francis Martino