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William Héctor Hernández, American Government official ( govt: agency administration)government official. Recipient Outstanding award Housing and Urban Development, also Disting.Service award; Outstanding award General Services Administration; Distinguished Alumnus award C.W. Post College.

Background

Hernández,, William Héctor was born on October 25, 1930 in New York City. Son of Guillermo Nicomedes Hernandez-Rodriguez and Maria Rosario Rivera-Santini y Colon.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, C.W. Post College, 1958. Postgraduate, U. Maryland., 1966-1967, in law, George Washington University, American U., Suffolk U., Federal Executive Institute, Trinity College Certified public housing manager ArchivistNat. Archives, 1958-1960; buildings manager General Services Administration, 1960-1966, program analyst, 1967-1968.

Program manager Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1968-1971, production coordinator NewEng. region, Boston, 1971-1973, assistant regional administrator, Boston, 1973-1974, deputy area manager, Manchester, N.H., 1972, area director, Boston, 1974-1976, acting director Office Assisted Housing Development, Washington, 1976, acting deputy assistant secretary for assisted housing, 1976-1977, director Office Field Liaison, 1977-1978, director housing, Hartford, Connecticut, 1978-1983, manager Housing and Urban Development, Hartford, 1983-1993. Consultant housing and development, 1993^. Instructor production management General Services Administration.

Career

Certified public housing manager Archivist National Archives, 1958—1960. Buildings manager General Services Administration, 1960—1966. Program analyst, 1967—1968.

Program manager Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1968—1971. Production coordinator New England Region, Boston, 1971—1973, assistant regional administrator, 1973—1974. Area director, 1974—1976.

Acting director Office Assisted Housing Development, Washington, 1976. Acting deputy assistant secretary for assisted housing, 1976—1977. Director Office Field Liaison, 1977—1978.

Director housing Hartford, Connecticut, 1978—1983. Manager Housing and Urban Development, 1983—1993. Consultant housing and development, since 1993.

Instructor production management General Services Administration. Member Hartford Community Council, 1979—1981. With United States Air Force, 1979-1981, with United States Marine Corps, 1947-1949, with United States Army Reserve, 1959-1961.

Membership

Member advisory planning board Town of Bowie, Maryland., 1968-1970. Member Hartford Community Council, 1979-1981. Served with United States Air Force, 1950-1955, United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1947-1949, United States Army Reserve, 1959-1961.

Member Society Genealogique Canadienne-Francaise, New England History Genealogical Society, French-Canada Genealogical Society Connecticut, National Association Housing and Redevelopment Officials, American Philatelic Society, Augustan Society, Connecticut History Society, C.W. Post College Alumni Association (past president), American Legion, American Rifle Association, Long Island U. Club (Washington), Kappa Delta Rho.

Connections

Married Annette Rose Marie Couture, September 15, 1951. Children: Elena Cristina Hernandez-Bodin, Joanne Carmen Hernandez-Goldstein, Laura Anne Hernandez-Perez, William Hector III, Andree Maria Hernandez-DiCarlo, Annette Susan Hernandez-Alsup, Elsa Marie Hernandez-Riley.

father:
Guillermo NicomedesHernández-Rodríguez

mother:
María Rosario Rivera-Santini y Colón

spouse:
Annette Rose Marie Couture

children:
Elena Cristina Hernández-Bodin Hernández

Joanne Carmen Hernández-Goldstein Hernández

Laura Anne Hernández-Pérez Hernández

William Héctor III Hernández

Andrée María Hernández-DiCarlo Hernández

Annette Susan Hernández-Alsup Hernández

Elsa Marie Hernández-Riley Hernández