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William Harold Thueme, American secondary school educator, counselor, travel coordinator. Certified teacher, Michigan Ordained minister Universal Life Church.

Background

Thueme, William Harold was born on September 4, 1945 in St. Clair, Michigan, United States. Son of Harold Arthur and Delphine Betty (Buhl) Thueme.

Education

Student, Port Huron Junior College, 1964. Bachelor, Michigan State University, 1967. Master of Arts, Michigan State University, 1969.

Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling, Progressive Universal Life Church, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy in Motivation, Progressive Universal Life Church, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy in Paranormal Psychology, Progressive Universal Life Church, 1997.

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychometrics, Progressive Universal Life Church, 1999. Postgraduate, Oakland University, 1971. Postgraduate, San Francisco State University, 1975.

Postgraduate, University Hawaii, 1975. Student, Spring Arbor College, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy in Reading Education, University Michigan, 1977.

Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Aspen University, 2003.

Career

Teacher public schools, Charlotte, Michigan, 1967-1969, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1969^. Foreign travel coordinator-Ambs. Abroad Program, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1968^.

Regional driver coordinator for Southeastern Michigan, Avis Rent-a-Car, 1983^. Active United Nations Children's found, Michigan Sheriffs Ednl. Foundation, Woods Road Association, Normal Park Neighborhood Association, United States Legal Foundation, Foundation for Nicaraguan Democracy, National Council Better Education, participant Skyhook II Project.

Elections coordinator Eaton County (Michigan) Republican Party, 1968, member of national committee, 1968^, member of national senatorial committee. Member troop committee Council Boy Scouts American, Ypsilanti, counselor for reading, 1988-1989. Cub scout summer camp instructor Wolverne Council, 1987, merit badge counselor, 1988-1989.

Coach of the angels Ypsilanti American Little League, 1988. Parent advisory board The Childrens Development Laboratory Eastern Michigan U., 1988-1989. Active Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Big Brothers American, Charlotte, Michigan, Human Rights Watch, National Security Caucus United States, 1988^, Heritage Foundation, 1988^, official sponsor Mandate for Leadership III, Policy Strategies for 1990's Project, Project Save Our Schools, 1988^, Citizens United for Better Education, World Awareness, Inc., Group 61 Amnesty International, Legal Affairs Council, Council for Inter-American Security, Nicaraguan Resistance Education Foundation, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Citizens Against Government Waste, Citizens Common for Ethics in Government, Citizens for Decency Through Law, Inc., Participating Parents For Progress in Ypsilanti Public Schools.

Parents advisory board Chapelle Elementary School, Ypsilanti, 1989-1990, West Middle School, Ypsilanti, 1991-1992, Ypsilanti Public Schools, 1990^, Ypsilanti High School. Charter sponsor Victory Over Communism Project. Nominated chartermem.

Presidential Task Force. Participant The Imperial Congress: Crisis in the Separation of Powers Project, line-item veto project The Heritage Foundation, 1989, campaign to revise medicare catastrophic coverage law project National Association for Uniformed Superior vena cava syndrome, 1989, repeal of catastrophic coverage act program Conservative Caucus Inc., 1989, Srs. CoalitionAgainst the Tax, 1989.

Nat. advisory council Citizens Committee for Right to Bear Arms. Sunday school teacher St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Marine City, Michigan, 1960-1963. Youth Sudnay school teacher, director youth ministry county Lawrence Avenue Methodist Church, Charolette, Michigan, 1967-1969.

Elders quorum instructor, executive secretary Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1976-1981, adult special interest coordinator, since 1982, Sunday School secretary Ann Arbor stake, since 1983. Member Michigan Mormon Concert Choir, since 1977, Ypsilanti MormonChoir. Various political and civic orgns.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Michigan Ordained minister Universal Life Church.

Membership

Active United Nations Children's Foundation, Michigan Sheriffs Educational Foundation, Feed the Children, Woods Road Association, Normal Park Neighborhood Association, United States Legal Foundation, Foundation for Nicaraguan Democracy, Habitat for Humanity International (charter), Carter Center, National Council Better Education, participant Skyhook II Project. Coordinator Michigan Fraternal Order of Police Better Business Bureau, Eastern Massachusetts. Elections coordinator Eaton County Republican Party, Michigan, 1968, national committee, since 1968, national senatorial committee.

Troop committee Council Boy Scouts American, Ypsilanti, merit badge counselor, 1988-1989, cub scout summer camp instructor. International, Incorporated (life member). Shore National Network of Poet's Society Wolverne Council, 1987.

Coach of the angels Ypsilanti American Little League, 1988. Parent advisory board The Childrens Development Laboratory Eastern Michigan University, 1988-1989. Active Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Big Brothers American, Charlotte, Michigan, Human Rights Watch, National Security Caucus United States, since 1988, Heritage Foundation, since 1988, official sponsor Mandate for Leadership III, Policy Strategies for 1990's Project, Project Save Our Schools, since 1988, Citizens United for Better Education, World Awareness, Inc., Group 61 Amnesty International, Legal Affairs Council, Council for Inter-American Security, American Institute for Economic Research, Nicaraguan Resistance Education Foundation, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Citizens Against Government Waste, Citizens Commission for Ethics in Government, Citizens for Decency Through Law, Inc., National Consumers League, Participating Parents for Progress in Ypsilanti Public Schools.

Parents advisory board Chapelle Elementary School, Ypsilanti, 1989-1990, West Middle School, Ypsilanti, 1991-1992, Ypsilanti Public Schools, since 1990, Ypsilanti High School. Charter sponsor Victory over Communism Project. Nominated charter member Presidential Task Force.

Participant Imperial Congress: Crisis in the Separation of Powers Project, line-item veto project Heritage Foundation, 1989, campaign to revise medicare catastrophic coverage law project National Association Uniformed Services, 1989, repeal of catastrophic coverage act program Conservative Caucus Inc., 1989, Srs. Coal. Against the Tax, 1989. National advisory council Citizens Committee for Right to Bear Arms.

Junior and senior choir, Sunday school teacher St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1959-1964 (Perfect Attendance award 8 years), Marine city, Michigan, 1960-1963. Youth Sunday school teacher, director youth minister council Lawrence Avenue Methodist Church, Charlotte, Michigan, 1967-1969. Associate member for Gentlemen of All Ages Second Amendment Sisters, 2003, International Ambassador Goodwill World Peace and Diplomacy Forum, founding cabinet, life member, 2003, ambassador, 2004.

Senator seat for lifetime term World Nations Congress. Volunteer The Central Intelligence Agency, The United States of America, 1967-1906, Homeland Security United States of America, since 2005. Member National Education Association, National Rifle Association (life, endowment), American Institute for Economic Research, Lincoln Institute for Research Education, United Conservatives of America (participant citizens against the catastrophic health act tax 1989), Michigan Education Association, International Reading Association, Michigan Sheriffs Association (associate), Police Marksmanship Association, Washtenaw Reading Council, Southeastern Michigan Reading Association, Michigan Reading Association, Michigan Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Ann Arbor Education Association, American Security Council, American Defense Institute, Foundation for Christian Living, American Family Association, National Geography Society, American Film Institute, International Freelance Photographers Organization (life, professional photographer), Taxpayers Education Lobby, Gun Owners American, National Association Federally License Firearms Dealers, National Consumers League, Conservative Caucus, Inc., Americans for Freedom, Tri-County Sportsman League, Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Michigan State University Alumni Association (Blue Water chapter), Michigan State University College Communications Arts Alumni Association, Cruise Lines International Association, International Air Transport Association, United States Tour Operators Association of One Million Dollar Consumer Protection Plan, Michigan State University College Social Science Alumni Association, Inventors Assistance League (life), San Francisco State University Alumni Association, Shore National Network Poets Society (life), Group Leaders American, Group Travel Business Institute, Fort Gratiot, Lions Club (vice president since 1998), Lions Club International, Washtenaw Sportsmen's Club (Ypsilanti), International Optimist Club (vice president Ann Arbor chapter, board directors 1975-1978), Port Huron Noon Optimist Club, Judo Black Belt Federation American (assistant coach United States judo team at worldwide Olympics, Atlanta), Sigma Alpha Eta.

Connections

Married Nora Kathleen Koning, May 8, 1971 (divorced February 14, 1995). Children: Benjamin William, Rebecca Kathleen, Jeffrey William, Sarah Kathleen.

father:
Harold Arthur Thueme

mother:
Delphine Betty (Buhl) Thueme

spouse:
Katheen Koning

spouse:
Nora Thueme.

child:
Benjamin William Thueme

child:
Rebecca Thueme

child:
Jeffery William Thueme

child:
Sarah Thueme