McClure, J. Warren (James Warren), 1919-Alternative names
James Warren McClure, born in 1919, was a newspaper executive and publisher. In 1971 he sold the Burlington, VT Free Press and the Chambersburg, PA Public Opinion to Gannett Co., Inc., making him Gannett's largest individual stockholder, as well as their first vice president/marketing. McClure retired from Gannett in 1975 and created McClure Media Marketing Motivation Company, and later Ener/Gem Success Systems, Inc. McClure and his wife Lois began making substantial financial donations to major educational, health, and community organization projects in the early 1970s, and have continued to do so to the present.
From the description of Papers, 1972-1998. (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis). WorldCat record id: 40421692
- Universities and colleges--Endowments
- Achievement motivation
- Health facilities--Endowments
- Vermont (as recorded)