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Stephen Wear Bartlett

Stephen Wear Bartlett, American lawyer. Bar: Texas 1969, United States District Court (southern district) Texas 1971; certified Russian interpreter United States Naval Intelligence School, Washington, 1959. Recipient Appreciation award, Governor of Bahamas, 1973, Governor of Yucatan, Mexico, 1977. Member of United States Naval Institute, State Bar Texas.

Background

Bartlett, Stephen Wear was born on January 9, 1928 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Carl Harris and Jean Tanton (Wear) Bartlett.

Education

Bachelor, Pennsylvania Military College, 1953. Juris Doctor, Tulane University, 1968.

Career

Vice president, marketing Delta Factors, New Orleans, 1965—1969. Corporate Counsel Mitchell Energy Corporation of Southwest, Houston, 1970—1972. Division counsel National Homes Corporation, Lafayette, Indiana, 1973—1974.

Executive vice president & general counsel Suffield Group, Houston, 1975—1982. General counsel & director, marketing C. & C. development Oklahoma City, since 1983. Director Associate Suffield Inc., Woodlands, Texas, 1975—1984.

Director & consultant VonThiele & Hochmuth Ltd., Frederickton, New Brunswick, Canada, since 1979. Consultant La Tempesta S.A., Monterey, Mexico, since 1981. Served to captain United States Marine Corps, 1958-1964.

Membership

Member of United States Naval Institute, State Bar Texas.

Connections

Children: Stephen, Martin, Jean.