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Walter Herz
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Walter Herz Walter P. Herz, a native of New Rochelle, N.Y., received his A.B. from Harvard following U. S. Navy service in World War II. He devoted his business career to marketing communications, working for leading medical product manufacturers and publishers. He specialized in professional relations and educational programming. Herz and his spouse, Betty, joined the First Unitarian Church of Plainfield, N.J. in 1958. First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati, where they have been members since 1989, is their fourth Unitarian Universalist congregation. Herz has been active at district and continental levels of the Unitarian Universalist Association as well as having filled virtually every congregational responsibility at one time or another. He has written on local Unitarian history for the Cincinnati Historical Society's professional journal; he has written and published a biography of his maternal grandfather; and he was the editor of Redeeming Time: Endowing Your Church With the Power of Covenant published by Skinner House in 1999, to which he also contributed two essays.

note: Walter Philip Herz, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away on May 19, 2012. He was born on August 31, 1924.

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