VIP Biography for
Victor E. Buksbazen, Ph.D.
|Victor E. Buksbazen, Ph.D.|
|Title||Managing Editor and President|
|Expertise||Editor/author; Retired missionary/church planter; He has been unable to speak in the usual manner since 1995 due to surgery; Care provider for low-income clients; Registered Nursing Assistant and Medical Technologist|
|Current Organization||Emmanuel Press|
|Type of Organization||Consulting/publishing|
|Major Product||Books, articles, editorial and research services|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||Ph.D., Conwell Seminary, Pennsylvania, 1969; D.Theology, Burton Seminary, Colorado, 1976|
|Born||October 29, 1943, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Honors & Awards||Federal Election Commission, State of Maryland/State of Washington, 1986 to present; Former City of Spokane Human Rights Commissioner and Mental Health Association Advisory Board Member|
|Published Works||Author of 6 books, "Living In The Time of The First Christians" 1954; "The Man Who Was Adolf Hitler" 1964; "Destination: Ellis Island-Alienation, Adoption and Assimilation In The Twentieth Century" 1976; "Conscience, Compassion, Character and Conduct" 1980; "Death and Resurrection in Jerusalem" 1984; "The Jewish People In A Christian World" 1989, Published by Emmanuel Press|
|Affiliations||International Association of Research Scientists; International Clergy Association; Society of Former Federal Agents; American Society for Clinical Pathology; Washington State Older Adult Sub-Committee, Stroke Mental Health Division, Dept. of Health and Human Services; Mentor, Spokane County Juvenile Detention Center; Coordinator of military processing, Spokane Red Cross|
|Hobbies & Sports||Literature, writing, reading, horseback riding, stamp and coin collecting|
|Career Accomplishments||He has been a leading figure in the international focus on the acceptance of the handicapped and elderly-particularly those who, like himself, has faced job discrimination because of circumstances beyond their control; He was the recipient of two Citizen of the Year Awards in Maryland|
|Work History||Although besieged with medical challenges, he has served others as a medical missionary, legislative assistant, newsman, forensic specialist, federal peace officer, correctional chaplain, high school and university instructor, chancellor and president, psychiatric nurse and caregiver; He has been employed by several federal agencies, including GSA, and the Departments of Justice, Labor and Commerce; He has also been a legislative assistant to the late U.S. Rep. Gladys Noon Spellman (D-MD) and worked for Presidents Nixon and Ford|
|Children||Ken, 1963; Romyne, 1968; Paul, 1972; Vicki, 1974|
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