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copywriter , advertising executive

Thomas G. Messner, American advertising executive, copywriter. Named CLIO Hall of Fame. Copywriter Ronald Reagan 1984 Presidential campaign Republic National Committee, New York, 1984; copywriter George Bush 1988 presidential campaign, 1988, Bob Franks Senatorial Campaign, 2000, Andrew O'Rourke for Governor, New York, 1986; Member Mortons Group, E-Media Investment Group, Fenway Club.

Background

Messner, Thomas G. was born on January 26, 1944 in New York City. Son of Malcolm V. Messner and Virginia M. Burkard.

Career

Letter carrier United States Post Office, New York City, 1965-1967. Copywriter Occidental Life California, Los Angeles, 1967-1968. Mail boy D'Arcy Advertising, New York City, 1968.

Copywriter BDO International (Barton, Durstine & Osborn) and Batten Company, 1968-1969, Doyle Dane Bernbach, New York City, 1969-1972. Creative director Ally and Gargano, 1972-1986. Founder, partner Messner Vetere Berger Carey Schmetterer, 1986-1992.

Partner Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer Euro RSCG, since 1992. Founder Grand Old Website Company, 1999. Former professor School Visual Arts, New York City.

Copywriter MCI; board directors, United States. board, international board Eurol RSCG. Founder, president The Grand Old Website Company, Republican Advertising Inc.

Membership

Copywriter Ronald Reagan 1984 Presidential campaign Republic National Committee, New York, 1984. Copywriter George Bush 1988 presidential campaign, 1988, Bob Franks Senatorial Campaign, 2000, Andrew O'Rourke for Governor, New York, 1986. Member Mortons Group, E-Media Investment Group, Fenway Club.

Connections

Married Terry Carol Bonaccolta, November 28, 1971. 1 child, Zachary.

father:
Malcolm V. Messner

mother:
Virginia M. Burkard

spouse:
Terry Carol Bonaccolta

child:
Zachary Messner