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Background Information

Employment History

Budget Director

Picker X-Ray

Member, Administration

War Assets

Position, Office

War Assets

Position, Finance Department

English Electric

President

National Air Filtration Association

Affiliations

Treasurer
National Air Filtration Association

Education

business degree

Brooklyn College

Web References (4 Total References)


Automotive Fleet

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PHILADELPHIA, PA -- S. Lester Landau, one of the founding members of the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), passed away on Sept. 28, 2004 in Philadelphia.

Landau helped found NAFA in 1957 while working as the budget director for Picker X-Ray in White Plains, NY.While working as budget director at Picker X-Ray, Landau also assumed responsibility for the management of the company's fleet.He worked at Picker X-Ray from 1949-1974.
Landau was also one of the founders of the NAFA Foundation and was elected its first president in 1976.He held this post until 1986.In addition, he served as NAFA's treasurer for the first 17 years.During his years with the NAFA Foundation, Landau spearheaded an effort to have fleet management become part of the curriculum at major universities.He established strong ties with educational institutions such as the schools of business at Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, University of Michigan, and the University of Pittsburgh.Landau worked closely with the administrators and faculty of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania to create the Wharton Certified Automotive Fleet Manager program.
NAFA honored Landau for his service with Honorary Lifetime Membership and the Distinguished Service Award, the association's highest honor.
After leaving Picker X-Ray, Landau worked for English Electric from 1974-1979 in the finance department, He retired in 1979 to start an independent real estate consulting company, where he worked until just prior to his death.
Landau was born on July 3, 1920 in Bell Harbor, NY.Upon graduating with a business degree from Brooklyn College in 1942, he joined the War Assets Administration, where he worked in an office in the Empire State Building until 1949.Landau attempted to enlist in the military during World War II but was rejected due to poor eyesight.
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Landau was married to his wife Helaine for 58 years, who passed away on Aug. 17, 2004.Two daughters, Jackie and Lisa; a son, Don; and five grandchildren survive Landau


NAFA | Honorary Members

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NAFA Fleet Management Association | Honorary Members

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NAFA | Honored NAFA Members and Affiliates

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