Tietolman, Jack

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Tietolman, Jack

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December 25, 1909 - February 24, 1995

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Jack Tietolman was born December 25, 1909, and died in Montreal February 24, 1995. He married Deborah Costom with whom he had six children. He had a career of over 40 years' duration in broadcasting. In 1934, he created the General Broadcasting Company. He opened the French-language radio station CKVL in 1946. He was president and principal shareholder of Radio Futura Limited, Verdun Radio Centre Inc., Radiomonde Limitée, Radio and Television Sales Inc., Verdun Import Sales Corporation and other companies; most were related to the promotion of radio stations.

Active in community affairs, Jack Tietolman was a director of Notre-Dame Hospital, the Douglas Hospital, the Montreal YMCA, the Montreal YMHA, and the Canadian Cancer Society. He was a director of the Jewish Hospital of Hope, and president of the Montreal West End Lodge of B'nai Brith. He was a member of the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews, the Montreal Board of Trade, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and the Quebec Chamber of Commerce. Among other awards, he received L'Ordre de mérite de la culture française and the Outstanding Citizen Award from the Montreal Citizenship Council.

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Created by the Records Management and Archives Department September 2010. Input by Concordia University Libraries 2015-06-17.

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