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Ronald Paul Maierhofer

communications executive

Ronald Paul Maierhofer, American communications executive. Named to Cornell Sports Hall of Fame, 1987.


Maierhofer, Ronald Paul was born on August 28, 1935 in Buffalo. Son of Edward and Bertha (Koepp) Maierhofer.


Bachelor of Science, Cornell University, 1960. Postgraduate, Xavier University, 1962. Postgraduate, University Pennsylvania, 1977.

Graduate advanced executive marketing program, Harvard University, 1978.


Management trainee Standard Oil, Cleveland, 1960. Salesman Carborundum Company, Wheatfield, New York, 1961—1963. Vice president sales Roper Industries, Dayton, Ohio, 1963—1969.

President International Business Associates (Kittyhawk), 1969—1971. Vice president sales, marketing and operations information technical group Information Handling Services, Denver, 1971—1980. President PCS Enterprises, Inc., 1980—1985, since 1987, Falls Church, Virginia, Mercari Communications Group, Ltd., Englewood, Colorado, since 1989.

Senior vice president Reference Technology, Inc., Boulder, 1985—1987. Guest lecturer Graduate School Business New York University, marketing department University Colorado. Consultant in field; director Major Indoor Soccer League, Philadelphia, 1980—1982, Denver Avalanche, 1980—1982, Sports Advisers, Inc., Denver, 1980—1985.

With United States Army, 1955-1957.


Member United States of America Pan. American Soccer Team, 1959, United States of America Olympic Soccer Team, 1960, All American Soccer Team, 1960. Director various soccer associations, Ohio, Texas, Colorado.

State soccer coach Texas, 1976, Colorado, 1977. Member Colorado Salute to Olympians United States Olympic Committee, 1988. Member charitable committees March of Dimes, Special Olympics, 1981—1982.

Member Carousel Ball Children's Diabetes Association. Member of Information Industry Association.


  • Other Interests

    Soccer, tennis, dance, racquetball, reading.


Married Barbara Ruth Louis, January 21, 1961. Children: Scott, Jeffrey, Timothy, Craig.