ROGER GEORGE KENNEDY (August 3, 1926 – September 30, 2011) was an
American polymath whose career included banking, television
production, historical writing, and museum administration, the last as
director of the
* 1 Life and career * 2 Suggested Reading * 3 See also * 4 References * 5 External links
LIFE AND CAREER
Kennedy graduated from the
University of Minnesota Law School
Returning to Minnesota in the 1960s, Kennedy worked as a bank
chairman in St. Paul and then as vice president for investments for
University of Minnesota
During his tenure the NPS restructured (Restructuring Plan) its field operations and sharply reduced its central office staffs as part of a government-wide effort to downsize the federal bureaucracy. Kennedy resigned at the end of President Clinton's first term in 1997.
He was married to Frances Kennedy.
He died from melanoma on September 30, 2011, at the age of 85.
"The Human Element" 2001 The George Wright Society. All rights reserved. First published in THE GEORGE WRIGHT FORUM, Volume 18, No. 2.
Burr, Hamilton, and Jefferson: A Study in Character 2000 Oxford University Press.
* ^ Official website * ^ A B C Alumni Profiles: ROGER KENNEDY, CLASS OF 1952, Perspectives (UMN Law), Fall 2011, accessed December 16, 2011. * ^ NATIONAL PARK SERVICE ALMANAC; edited/compiled by Ben Moffett and Vickie Carson, Rocky Mountain Region, Public Affairs; National Park Service, 1991; revised 2006 * ^ Washington Post obituary * ^ Notice of Kennedy\'s death * ^ Kennedy, Roger G. (2000-09-28). Burr, Hamilton, and Jefferson: A Study in Character. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199728220 .