Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission

NEW YORK: The US likes Ike - and Alfred Geduldig, a partner at NY-based PR Geduldig & Ferguson, has been tapped to herald it. Geduldig was named last week by President Clinton to the newly established Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission, an organization charged with developing plans for an Eisenhower memorial. The three other non-governmental members of the commission are D. David Eisenhower, Ike’s grandson and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania; Susan Harris, a consultant with Hadassah’s Washington Action Office; and Rocco Siciliano, former special assistant to Eisenhower.

NEW YORK: The US likes Ike - and Alfred Geduldig, a partner at NY-based PR Geduldig & Ferguson, has been tapped to herald it. Geduldig was named last week by President Clinton to the newly established Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission, an organization charged with developing plans for an Eisenhower memorial. The three other non-governmental members of the commission are D. David Eisenhower, Ike’s grandson and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania; Susan Harris, a consultant with Hadassah’s Washington Action Office; and Rocco Siciliano, former special assistant to Eisenhower.

NEW YORK: The US likes Ike - and Alfred Geduldig, a partner at

NY-based PR Geduldig & Ferguson, has been tapped to herald it. Geduldig

was named last week by President Clinton to the newly established Dwight

D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission, an organization charged with

developing plans for an Eisenhower memorial. The three other

non-governmental members of the commission are D. David Eisenhower,

Ike’s grandson and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania; Susan

Harris, a consultant with Hadassah’s Washington Action Office; and Rocco

Siciliano, former special assistant to Eisenhower.



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