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Willard Henry Meinecke

government official.

Willard Henry Meinecke, American government official. Member school board Tacoma, 1949-1952, Minneapolis, 1955-1956; Member Association Operative Millers (president 1953-1954).; Club: Kiwanis.

Background

Meinecke, Willard Henry was born on August 19, 1916 in Herkimer, Kansas, United States. Son of Louis P. and Kathryn (Shcierkolk) Meinecke.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Milling Kansas State University, 1941. Postgraduate U. Oklahoma, 1942-1943, School Advanced International Affairs, Johns Hopkins University, 1968-1969.

Career

Mary Jane Lewis, June 13, 1959. 1 son, Douglas Louis. With General Mills, Inc., 1941-1962, community representative, Buffalo, 1956-1962.

Director United States Agency for International Development mission to Ethiopia, 1962-1966, director N. African affairs Agency for International Development, Washington, 1966-1968, project management survey, 1969, director South East Asia, 1969-1970, deputy assistant administrator East Asia/Agency for International Development, 1970-1972, deputy assistant administrator program and management services, 1972-1974. Assistant director administration and finance ACTION, Washington, 1974-1978.

Works

  • Contributor articles on manpower training, foreign aid, food development to journals.

Membership

Member school board Tacoma, 1949-1952, Minneapolis, 1955-1956. Member Association Operative Millers (president 1953-1954). Club: Kiwanis.

Connections

Married second.; children by previous marriage: Joel Willard, Steven Lee.

father:
Louis P. Meinecke

mother:
Kathryn (Shcierkolk) Meinecke

spouse:
2d.