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Warren Harold Green, American Publisher. Recipient Presidential citation for outstanding contribution export expansion program United States, 1973, citation Maryland. Crime Investating Committee, 1962, citation International Preventive Medicine Foundation, 1977, citation American Medical Association, 1978.


Green, Warren Harold was born on July 25, 1915 in Auburn, Illinois, United States. Son of John Anderson Logan and Clara Christina (Wortman) Green.


Student, Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1934. Student, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936. Bachelor of Medicine, Southwestern Conservatory, Dallas, 1938.

MM, St. Louis Conservatory, 1940. Doctor of Philosophy, St. Louis Conservatory, 1942. HLD (honorary), Southeastern University, New Orleans, 1983.

Doctor of Laws (honorary), Institut de Droit Practique, Limoges, France, 1983. Doctor of Divinity (honorary), California Theol Seminary, 1980. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Confédération Européenne de L' Ordre Judiciaire, France, 1983.


Professor voice, composition, conducting and aural theory, St. Louis Conservatory, 1938-1944; program director, United Service Organizations, Highland Park, Illinois program director, United Service Organizations, Brownwood, Texas program director, United Service Organizations, Orange, Texas program director, United Service Organizations, Waukegan, Illinois, 1944-1946; community service specialist, Rotary International, Chicago, 1946-1947; editor in chief, Charles C. Thomas, Public, Springfield, Illinois, 1947-1966; public, president, Warren H. Green, Inc., St. Louis, 1966-1992; public, president, Warren H. Green International, Inc., 1970-1992; secretary, John R. Davis Associates, Chicago, 1955-1992; executive vice president, Visioneering Advertising, St. Louis, 1966-1992; managing director, Publications Service Center, St. Louis, Chicago and Longview, Texas, 1967-1992; managing director, vice president, InterContinental Industries, Inc., St. Louis, 1976-1992; vice president, Epoch Press, St. Louis, 1986-1992. Consultant United States, European publications, professional societies. Lecturer medical publications Civil War.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, books on Civil War history, writing, editing.


Member Mayor's Committee on Water Safety, Metropolitan St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri Botanical Gardens. Chief executive officer Affirmative Action, Inc., St. Louis, 1974-1992. President Southeastern University, 1984-1985, Northern Utah University, 1986-1992.

Chancellor International University Consortium, 1989-1992. Member Civil War Round Table (vice president 1969-1992), American Academy Criminology, American Academy Political and Social Science, American Association Medical Book Publications, American Judicature Society, Great Plains History Society, Company Military Historians, American Society Personnel Administrators, University City Chamber of Commerce (president 1978-1988, executive director 1989-1992), International Association Chiefs of Police, Missouri History Society, Illinois History Society, St. Louis Philharmonic Society, Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis Art Museum Clubs: Missouri Athletic, Media, Elks, World Trade, Direct Marketing St. Louis.


Married Joyce Reinerd, October 8, 1960.

John Anderson Logan Green

Clara Christina (Wortman) Green

Joyce Reinerd