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Marion E. Haynes is the best-selling author of three titles in the Crisp 50-Minute Series. He has published 35 articles and ten books on management and supervisory practices, as well as retirement...
Marion E. Haynes is the best-selling author of three titles in the Crisp 50-Minute Series. He has published 35 articles and ten books on management and supervisory practices, as well as retirement and life planning. His books have been republished in 14 languages.
Mr. Haynes is a graduate of Arizona State University with a BS degree in Business Administration. He holds the MBA degree, with distinction, from New York University.
He retired from Shell Oil Company in 1991 after a 35-year career in human resource management. At retirement, he was the corporate level manager of pensioner relations. Following retirement, he joined Price-Waterhouse as a consultant working as a member of a three-person team presenting retirement planning workshops for Price-Waterhouse clients.
Mr. Haynes was appointed an adjunct professor at the University of Houston's College of Continuing Education. He also served as an instructor for the hospitality industry's executive course presented each year by the University's Conrad Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management and presented public workshops at several universities in the South-Central U.S.
He served for four years on the board of directors of Sheltering Arms, a social service agency for the elderly in Houston, Texas. During this time, he chaired the agency's personnel committee and served on its executive committee.
He was a member of the board of directors of the International Society for Retirement Planning for eight years, serving as president from 1991 to 1993. He also chaired the editorial board for the society's journal and served on its newsletter board.
Today he and his wife, Janice, live in Kerrville, Texas, where he pursues his interest in writing, community service, and travel.