A World War II veteran on the GI Bill at the University of Minnesota, Sewall Glinternick began his long newspaper career at the Minnesota Daily, then the country’s largest college daily, where he was editor-in-chief. He then worked as a reporter, managing editor of a small daily in Southern California, and publisher of three community publications in the Bay Area – The Claremont Press, Emeryville City News, and Orinda-Moraga Voice. Leaving publishing, he joined the advertising department of the Montclarion and then moved to Family Fair. In 1996, he became manager of the El Cerrito Chamber of Commerce, a post he left 13 years later at age 82. Since then he has kept busy writing three books (yet unpublished) and covering business news for the Byline, the El Cerrito Chamber's monthly publication, and has been active for years as a member and past president of the Lions Club of El Cerrito.
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