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William Clinton Pettite, American public affairs consultant. Recipient Idaho Centennial award, 1967, 68, 69, Promotion of History award Sacramento County History Society, 1999, History Preservation award National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.


Pettite, William Clinton was born in 1937 in Reno. Son of Sidney Clinton and Wilma (Stibal) Pettite.


Owner Market Lake Citizen & Clark County Enterprise Newspapers, Roberts, Idaho, 1959-1970, public, 1959-1961. Publicity director Golden Days World Boxing Champs, Reno, 1970. Public Virginia City (Nevada) Legend newspaper, 1970.

Public affairs consultant Fair Oaks, California, since 1966. Owner PT Cattle Company, Firth, Idaho. Consultant in Ireland, Wales, Korea, Japan, France, Czech Republic, Scotland, Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Can.

Channel Islands, Costa Rica, Belize, Tahiti, Macau, Hong Kong, Italy. Chairman advisory board Mount Vernon Corporation, since 2002.


County probate judge Idaho, 1959-1961. Acting County coroner, 1960-1961. Secretary, trustee Fair Oaks Cemetery District, 1963-1972.

Board directors Fair Oaks Water District, 1964-1972, vice president, 1967-1968, president, 1968-1970. Director, vice president San Juan Community Service District, 1962-1966, 68-72. Executive secretary California Board Landscape Architects, 1976-1978, California Association Collectors, 1966-1968.

Consultant Senate-Assembly Joint Audit Committee California Legislature, 1971-1973. Executive officer Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board, 1981-1983. Member regulatory review commission California FabricCare Board, 1981-1982.

Member Sacramento County Grand Jury, 1973-1974, 81-82, consultant board supervisors Sacramento County, 1985-1987. Chairman business advisory board East Lawn Corporation, 1991-1999. Development cood. Sacramento Diocese Catholic Cemeteries, 1996-1999.

Election campaign coordinator for E.S. Wright, majority leader Idaho Senate, 1968, Henry Dworshak, United States Senator, 1960, Hamer Budge, United States Republican, 1960, Charles C. Gossett, former Governor Idaho, 1959-1974. Assistant sergeant at arms Republican National Convention, 1956. Chairman Republican County Central Committee, 1959-1961.

Member Association Sacramento County Water district (board directors 1967-1972, president 1970-1972), Sacramento County History Society, National Council Juvenile Court Judges (committee 1959-1961), Antelope/Highlands C. of Chamber (board directors).


Married Charlotte Denise Fryer. Children: Patrick Keane, William Ellis, Joseph Clinton.

Sidney Clinton Pettite

Wilma (Stibal) Pettite

Charlotte Denise Fryer

Patrick Keane Pettite

William Ellis Pettite

Joseph Clinton Pettite