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William Richard Jackson

entrepreneur , lawyer

William Richard Jackson, American entrepreneur. Grantee Denver Presbyterian Medical Center, 1991, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy System, San Diego, 1991, Denver, 1991; recipient First Place National Self-Publishing award Writer's Digest, 1993.


Jackson, William Richard was born on August 23, 1936 in Nampa, Idaho, United States. Son of Richard W. and Josie P. (Mulder) Jackson.


Bachelor in Secondary Education, Northwest Nazarene College, Nampa, 1957. Master of Arts in Secondary Education Administration, University Northern Colorado, 1961. Master of Education, University Denver, 1964.

Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration and Research, University Denver, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in, Stanford University, 1991.


Owner, operator Janitorial Service, Walla Walla, Washington, 1950-1954. Account manager, collection contractor Montgomery Ward, 1953-1957. Executive insurance director education services Idaho School Employment, Boise, 1957-1958.

School teacher, football coach Humanities, Speech & Art, Caldwell, Idaho, 1958-1960. Teacher psychology and economics Englewood (Colorado) School District, 1961-1964. Director student council Brook Forest Leadership Institute, Evergreen, Colorado, 1961-1964.

Co-owner, operator Jackson Brothers Investments, Englewood, 1970-1984. Co-owner, president International Bell Museum, Inc., Evergreen, 1978-1986. President Jackson Brothers Industries, since 1984, Jackson International, Inc., Evergreen, since 1984.

Chairman board Petro Silver, Inc., Denver, 1979-1983. Research consultant in agriculture, toxic waste remediation and hyperbaric oxygenation medicine. Senior consultant Envrion.

Health Foundation, San Francisco. Member staff Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas.


  • Co-author: Brook Forest Leadership Curriculum, 1964, Disciplining Curriculum, 1978. Author: Hyperbaric Oxygenation Effects on the Cognitive Function of Memory, Barter, The History, Mystery and Mastery of Mutual Exchange, Humic, Fulvic and Micorbial Balance: Organic Soil Conditioning, Environmental Care & Share, 1995, The Arthritis, Osteoporosis and Silica Link, The Calcium Deception, Fabulous Fulvic Electrolyte, 1995.


Co-founder Benevolent Brotherhood Foundation, Denver, since 1971. Board directors Church of the Nazarene, past chairman board education. Member International Foundation Hyperbaric Medicine, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (research consultant since 1990), Stanford University Alumni Association, Phi Delta Kappa.


  • Other Interests



Married Marilyn Kay Samp, June 10, 1956 (div. 1975); children: James Lee, Robbi Jo, Jolynn Kay.

Richard W. Jackson

Josie P. (Mulder) Jackson

Marilyn Kay Samp

James Lee Jackson

Robbi Jo Jackson

Jolynn Kay Jackson