J. Wayne Stewart
J. Wayne Stewart is a native Texan, and a graduate of the University of Texas. He married Dottie Coke in 1973, the same year he began his professional career at Texas Instruments. After twenty-one years at TI, rising through the ranks leading large Defense Operations, he moved on to Operations Executive positions with FSI International and ADC Telecommunications. Following the Telecom meltdown of 2001, he went out on his own, opening consulting, restaurant franchising, and ranching businesses. One of the consulting assignments resulted in being invited back into the corporate world where he finished his career at Schneider Electric.
After retiring in 2013, Wayne took up writing and ranching full-time, and he recently opened a publishing business to handle publication and distribution of his books, Yesteryear, The Next Generation and Mentoring Intentional Excellence. Two more books are in the works, Passing The Torch, a faith-based book on the transition of generations, and Generations of Texas, a history of eight generations of Texans, from the Texas Revolution through multiple wars and into the twenty-first century. His website also offers his father’s Yesteryear, a compilation of Jeff Stewart’s popular newspaper columns about a way of life that no longer exists. West Texas in the Depression, Pearl Harbor and WWII, and the executive world of the 1900s, these are all part of Jeff’s documentation of his world in Texas.
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