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Public relations executive

Ronald Burton Millman, American public relations executive. Recipient Best-in-Industry award Finance World Annual Report Survey, 1967, 68, 87, 89; certified of merit Chicago Publicity Club, 1971; Golden Trumpet award, 1973, 74, 75, 79, 80; Addy award American Advertising Federation, 1974; award Chicago Finance Advertisers, 1980.


Millman, Ronald Burton was born on October 21, 1934 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Boris I. and Pearl (Schwartz) Millman.


Bachelor of Arts, Roosevelt University, Chicago, 1959.


Publicity writer, Victor Adding Machine Company, Chicago, 1959-1960; assistant public relations manager, Brunswick Corporation, Chicago, 1960-1963; public relations manager, Bastian-Blessing Corporation, Chicago, 1963-1966; public relations manager, National Video Corporation, Chicago, 1966-1967; senior vice president, Harshe, Rotman & Druck, Chicago, 1967-1980; vice president, general manager, Doremus & Company, Chicago, 1980-1984; owner, president, The Millman Group, Chicago, 1985-1986; partner, The Finance Relations Board, Chicago, from 1986.


Co-chairman Chicago Communications Scholarship Program. Served with Army of the United States, 1954-1957. Member Public Relations Society of America (president, board directors Chicago chapter), Publicity Club Chicago, Roosevelt University Alumni Association (board governors).


Married Marlee Karpel, August 27, 1978. 1 son, Neil Roger.

Boris I. Millman

Pearl (Schwartz) Millman

Marlee Karpel