Walter Raymond Vlasak Edit Profile
Bachelor of Business Administration, Kent State University, 1963. Master of Arts, University Akron, 1975.
Second in command Lieutenant, United States Army, 1963; platoon leader, anti-tank platoon leader and battalion adjutant, 82d Airborne Division, 1963-1965; combat duty, Viet Nam, 1965-1966, 68-69; Executive officer, company commander and headquarters commandant of the cadre and troops, United States Army School Europe, Oberammergau, Federal Republic Germany, 1966-1968; assistant professor Military Science, Kent (Ohio) State University, 1970-1974; infantry battalion Executive officer, 9th Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Washington, 1976-1977; organizational effectiveness consultant to commanding general, 9th Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Washington, 1977-1979; brigade Executive officer, 9th Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Washington, 1980-1982; organizational effectiveness consultant to commanding general, 8th United States Army, United States Forces, Korea, 1979-1980; advanced through ranks lieutenant colonel, United States Army, 1980; retired, United States Army, 1984; president, Comsult, Inc., Tacoma, since 1984; manager employee development training department social and health services, State of Washington, Tacoma, since 1985.
Member American Society for Training and Development, Association United States Army (board directors Tacoma since 1984).
Married Julia Andrews, February 25, 1966. Children: Marc Andrew, Tanya Ethel.