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Mr. Fred A. Stickel Jr.

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Background Information

Employment History

Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association

Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association

Publisher

The Oregonian

Affiliations

Honorary Advisory Board Member
Special Olympics Oregon

Board Member
Oregon Business Council

Member
Arlington Club

Education

Georgetown University

Web References (200 Total References)


Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association

www.orenews.com [cached]

That brief encounter was the beginning of Peggy's lifelong love affair with the car's driver, Fred Stickel. They were engaged in May 1943 and married in December of that year. Three weeks later, Fred shipped out with the Marines to the Pacific Theater, and Peggy lived at home with her family in Weehawken.

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Seven years later, Fred was transferred to Portland, where he subsequently became publisher of The Oregonian.


Oregon obituaries - Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association

www.orenews.com [cached]

That brief encounter was the beginning of Peggy's lifelong love affair with the car's driver, Fred Stickel. They were engaged in May 1943 and married in December of that year. Three weeks later, Fred shipped out with the Marines to the Pacific Theater, and Peggy lived at home with her family in Weehawken.

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Seven years later, Fred was transferred to Portland, where he subsequently became publisher of The Oregonian.


Oregon obituaries - Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association

www.orenews.com [cached]

That brief encounter was the beginning of Peggy's lifelong love affair with the car's driver, Fred Stickel. They were engaged in May 1943 and married in December of that year. Three weeks later, Fred shipped out with the Marines to the Pacific Theater, and Peggy lived at home with her family in Weehawken.

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Seven years later, Fred was transferred to Portland, where he subsequently became publisher of The Oregonian.


Portland Mayor Tom Potter reviewed the ...

news.streetroots.org [cached]

Portland Mayor Tom Potter reviewed the DVD and asked The Oregonian's publisher, Fred Stickel, not to distribute it.

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Stickel replied that the newspaper had an obligation to accept the DVD as an advertisement on the principle of free speech. A group of more than 30 religious and community leaders also asked Stickel not to distribute it, to no avail.


News Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Citizens Crime Commission of Portland

pdxccc.org [cached]

Remembering Fred Stickel, Founder of the Citizens Crime Commission

A NOTE FROM CRIME COMMISSION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SUZANNE HAYDEN - It is with great sadness I tell of the passing of Fred Stickel, former long-time publisher of The Oregonian and founder of the Citizens Crime Commission, on Sunday, September 27, 2015.
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Many who worked closely with Fred, while he chaired the Crime Commission, remember him as ...

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