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Public relations executive

Stanley Mark Hurwitz, American public relations executive. Recipient Certified of Achievement, Publicity Club Boston. Past trustee Hebrew College, Brookline, Massachusetts; past member Clearinghouse for Technology Assistance, Boston. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Hurwitz, Stanley Mark was born on December 31, 1949 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Edward W. and Vera (Marmor) Hurwitz.

Education

Bachelor, University Massachusetts, 1970. Bachelor Jewish Education, Hebrew College, 1971. Postgraduate, Boston State College, 1971.

Career

English teacher Boston Public Schools, 1971-1972. Senior editor Rust Craft Public, Dedham, Massachusetts, 1972-1975, editorial director, 1975-1976. Public relations associate Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Boston, 1976-1979, assistant director public affairs, 1979-1991.

Public relations consultant The Grossman Companies, American Jewish Historical Society, Camp Kingswood, Bridgeton, Maine, Video Connection, Randolph, Massachusetts, Excellent Inn, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Weizmann Institute of Science.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Good-For-What-Ails-You Fun Book, I Love You More Than A Little, numerous novelty books. Writer greeting cards for Gibson Cards, Rust Craft, American Greeting, Hallmark. Patentee Kvetch Wretch doll, Noseworthies cartoon.

Membership

Past trustee Hebrew College, Brookline, Massachusetts. Past member Clearinghouse for Technology Assistance, Boston. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cartooning, gardening.

Connections

Married Beth Palmer, June 30, 1974. Children: Edward, Adam, Andrea.

father:
Edward W. Hurwitz

mother:
Vera (Marmor) Hurwitz

spouse:
Beth Palmer

child:
Edward Hurwitz

child:
Adam Hurwitz

child:
Andrea Hurwitz