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personal investment educator , school counselor

Thomas William Halligan, American personal investment educator, school counselor. Sergeant United States Air Force, 1942-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member American College Unions International, American Personnel and Guidance Association, Alumni Association University Sarasota (board directors), Sigma Nu, Boca Grand (Florida) Club.

Background

Halligan, Thomas William was born on June 18, 1921 in Pittsburgh. Son of William Bernard and Margaret Helen (Brown) Halligan.

Education

Bachelor of Education in Social Studies, University Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1949. Master of Education in Child Development, University Houston, 1952. PhDin Guidance and Social Psychology, University Sarasota, 1973.

Career

Coordinator, expediter White Alice DEW line project, Morrison-Knudson, Inc., Granite Mountain, Nome and Galena, Alaska., 1952-1954, 56-62;teacher 4th grade, Coral Gables Elementary School, 1954-1956;teacher grades 1-12, Department of Education, City of Pittsburgh, 1963-1965;assistant dean, academic counselor, director student activities and services, Community College Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 1966-1971;teacher junior high special education, Volusoa County Schools, De Land, Florida, 1974-1976;teacher 4th and 5th grades, also permanent substitute teacher grades 1-12, Mat-Su School District, Anchorage (Alaska) Indiana School District, 1976-1980;office manager, administrator, Interpacific Investors Inc., Anchorage, 1977-1980;private practice consultant in personal investment, Englewood, Florida, since 1980;private practice psychological counseling in Alaska, Pennsylvania, Florida, since 1975. Partner Crusey-Halligan Company, since 1960.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (trilogy) Come See, Come Saw, Advancing Backward, Retreating Forward, Poems from Alaska and Other Planets, (children's books) Brien, The Denali Christmas, Prince Donkey, The Lost Sea, Jocko Graves, Easter Bonnet, Echo, Cupid and Apollo.

Membership

Sergeant United States Air Force, 1942-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member American College Unions International, American Personnel and Guidance Association, Alumni Association University Sarasota (board directors), Sigma Nu, Boca Grand (Florida) Club.

Connections

father:
William Bernard Halligan

mother:
Margaret Helen (Brown) Halligan