Martin James Schreiber ( / ˈʃraɪbər / SHRY-bər; born April 8, 1939) is an American politician, publisher, author, and lobbyist who served as the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin from 1971 to 1977, and (following the resignation of Patrick Lucey) as the 39th Governor of Wisconsin from 1977 to 1979.
Martin J. Schreiber Ed.D. Welcome to creating a world of Magnanimity. Martin J. Schreiber currently works as the Vice President of Mission for Mercy Clinic. His mission is focused on leadership, education, and teamwork.
About Martin. Former Wisconsin Gov. Martin J. Schreiber is an award-winning crusader for Alzheimer’s caregivers and persons with dementia. Reaching audiences nationwide at live events and via media, he uses humor and compassion to share lessons from his ongoing, decade-plus journey as caregiver.
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