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William G. Winterer, American Hotel executive ( ind: service, Director)hotel executive. Member Connecticut Restaurant Association (director) 1973-1977), English Speaking Union, New York.Yacht; Club, Old Lyme Country.

Background

Winterer, William G. was born on July 7, 1934 in St. Louis. Son of Herbert O. and Dorothy (Sprengnether) Winterer.

Education

Bachelor, U. Florida, 1956. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1962. Manager corporation finance department, partner Goodbody & Company, 1966-1969.

President Florida Capital Corporation, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1969-1972. Owner Griswold Inn, Essex, Connecticut, 1972^, Town Farms Inn, Middletown, Connecticut, 1978-1985, Dock N' Dine at Saybrook Point, Old Saybrook, Connecticut, 1981-1986. Member of advisory board United Bank and Trust, 1972-1989.

Life trustee, founding president Connecticut River Foundation at Steamboat Dock. Trustee Ivoryton Playhouse Foundation, 1979-1982,Useppa Island Historical Society and Museum. Corporator Middlesex Hospital.

Trustee National Maritime History Society. Member Goodspeed Opera Board of Advisors. Commissioner Connecticut History Commission, 1979-1982.

Member board advisors United States Ship Constitution Museum. Member selection panel America's Cup Hall of Fame. Board directors Governor's Vacation Travel Council, 1976-1979, chairman, board of trustees Connecticut River Museum at Steamboat Dock.

Trustee Useppa Island Museum, Useppa Island, Florida Officer United States Coast Guard Reserve. Named Connecticut Distinguished Citizen of Year, 1996.

Career

Manager corporation finance department, partner Goodbody & Company, 1966-1969. President Florida Capital Corporation, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1969-1972. Owner Griswold INn, Essex, 1972—1996, Town Farms Inn, Middletown, 1978-1985, Dock N' Dine at Saybrook Point, Old Saybrook, 1981-1986.

Member advisory board United Bank and Trust, 1972-1989.

Membership

Life trustee, founding president Connecticut River Foundation at Steamboat Dock, chairman board trustees. Trustee Ivoryton Playhouse Foundation, 1979-1982, Useppa Island (Florida) History Society and Museum. Corporator Middlesex Hospital.

Trustee National Maritime History Society. Member board advisors Goodspeed Opera. Member Connecticut History Commission, 1979-1982.

Member board advisors United States Ship Constitution Museum. Member selection panel America's Cup Hall of Fame. Member Boca Grande History Preservation Board.

Board directors Governor's Vacation Travel Council, 1976-1979. Officer United States Coast Guard Reserve. Member Connecticut Restaurant Association (board directors 1973-1977), English Speaking Union, New York Yacht Club, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Essex Yacht Club (board governors), Pettipaug Yacht Club, Ocean Cruising Club, Harvard Club, Williams Club, Hartford Club, Old Lyme Beach Club, Polytechnic Club, Old Lyme Country Club, Essex Platform Tennis Club, Useppa Island Club, St. George's Society, Royal Palm Yacht Club, Boca Grande Men's Club, Boca Grande Pass Yacht Club, Lemon Bay Golf Club, Gasparilla Inn Golf Club, Gasparilla Inn Beach and Tennis Club.

Connections

Married Victoria Thompson, September 2, 1967. Children: William, Andrew, Britton, Mark.

father:
Herbert O. Winterer

mother:
Dorothy (Sprengnether) Winterer

spouse:
Victoria Thompson

child:
William Winterer

child:
Andrew Winterer

child:
Britton Winterer

child:
Mark Winterer