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Advertising executive

Ronald Marvin Rosenfeld, American advertising executive. Named to Hall of Fame, 1971; recipient award, Art Directors Club, Clio awards. Board directors, drug program Daytop Village, New York City, 1974—1976, Hope Diabetics Foundation; Member of One Show Committee (co-chairman), Copy Club (New York ) (president 1970-1971, award).

Background

Rosenfeld, Ronald Marvin was born on July 13, 1932 in Baltimore. Son of Bernard and Bessie (Feinglass) Rosenfeld.

Education

Student, Baltimore City College, 1949.

Career

Copywriter Applestein, Levinstein & Golnick, Baltimore, 1955—1957. Vice president, co-copy chief Doyle Dane Bernbach, New York City, 1957—1968. Senior vice president, creative management supervisor J. Walter Thompson, 1968—1969.

Principal, co-chairman board, co-creative director Rosenfeld, Sirowitz & Lawson Inc., 1970—1997. With United States Army, 1953-1955.

Membership

Board directors, drug program Daytop Village, New York City, 1974—1976, Hope Diabetics Foundation. Member of One Show Committee (co-chairman), Copy Club (New York ) (president 1970-1971, award).

Connections

Married Toni Pagane Rosenfeld. Children: Bonnie, Ned.

father:
Bernard Rosenfeld

mother:
Bessie (Feinglass) Rosenfeld

spouse:
Toni Pagane Rosenfeld

child:
Bonnie Rosenfeld

child:
Ned Rosenfeld