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data processing company executive

Roual Duane Seaman, American data processing company executive. Recipient Recognition award Greater Houston Partnership, 1990.


Seaman, Roual Duane was born on April 25, 1930 in East Chicago, Indiana, United States. Son of Elmer Earl and Roxanna Isabelle (Bennett) Seaman.


Student, University Missouri, 1951. Student, Jochi Daigaku, Tokyo, 1956. Student, University Houston, 1969.


Management trainee General Electric Corporation, Atomic Energy Commission, Richland, Washington, 1951-1952. Project manager Dynalectron Corporation, Fort Worth, 1952-1963. Project supervisor Apollo Test Facility North America Rockwell Project Apollo, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Houston, 1964-1969.

Marketing manager General Space Corporation, 1969-1970. President American Institute of Management Finance Systems Group, Inc., 1970—1998. Board directors American Credit Control.

Partner Automated Information Management, since 1984. Partner California$SH Enterprises, since 1989.


  • Other Work

    • Author software.


President Texas Intercity Football, Inc., Harris/Galveston County, 1971, League City (Texas) Little League, 1972. Member Southwest Football Officials Association, 1976. Member Better Business Bureau, Houston, since 1982.

Member Knights of Columbus School Governance Task Force. With United States Air Force, 1947-1950. Member American Guild of Patient Management, Houston Chamber of Commerce C., National Federation Indiana Businesses, National Association Private Enterprise, Texas Hospital Association, Texas Hospital Information Systems Society, Healthcare Finance Managers Association, 100 Club of Houston, Smithsonian Institution, American Museum Natural History, Northeast Alumni Association (research), Knights of Columbus Optimist Club (board director).


  • Other Interests

    Golf, baseball, football, gardening, travel.


Married Sadako Itabashi, July 29, 1957. 1 child, Victor Shayne.

Elmer Earl Seaman

Roxanna Isabelle (Bennett) Seaman

Sadako Itabashi

Victor Shayne Seaman