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State official

William Raymond Manning was American state official. Recipient community and professional awards. Served with United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946.

Background

Manning, William Raymond was born on May 17, 1920 in Vancouver, C., Canada. Son of William and Mary (Gysels) Manning. came to the United States, 1922.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, San Jose (California) State College, 1941;Master of Arts, University Pacific, 1949;Doctor of Education, Stanford University, 1956.

Career

Teacher, Galt, California, 1946-1949;principal, Lodi, California, 1949-1950;superintendent schools, Orangevale, California, 1950-1958;superintendent schools, Petaluma, California, 1958-1964;superintendent schools, Lansing, Michigan, 1964-1967;superintendent schools, Washington, 1967-1970;chairman educational board, Xerox Education Publs., 1969-1973;president, BFE Ednl. Consultants, since 1973;city manager, Bel Air, Maryland., 1973-1979;director administration, Virginia Housing Development Authority, Richmond, 1980-1992;retired, 1992. Visiting professor U. Hawaii, Sacramento State College, San Francisco State College, Northern Michigan U., Michigan State University.

Membership

Served with United States Army Air Force, 1942-1946.

Connections

Married Louise B. Graham, March 11, 1982.

father:
William Manning

mother:
Mary (Gysels) Manning

spouse:
Louise B. Graham