William J. Keating
|William J. Keating|
|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Ohio's 1st district
January 3, 1971 – January 3, 1974
|Preceded by||Robert Taft, Jr.|
|Succeeded by||Tom Luken|
|Born||William John Keating
March 30, 1927
|Alma mater||University of Cincinnati|
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Keating served in the United States House of Representatives from 1971 to 1974 representing Ohio's 1st congressional district. He was the brother of financier Charles H Keating Jr. and later was Chairman (1974–1992) CEO & Publisher of The Cincinnati Enquirer. He was a founding member of the law firm Keating, Muething and Klekamp. He was awarded honorary degrees from the University of Cincinnati (LLD & DHL), Xavier University (LLD), and the College of Mt. St. Joseph (DHL).
He was CEO of the Detroit Newspaper Partnership, a joint operation of The Detroit News and The Detroit Free Press. He served as chairman of the board of the Associated Press. He was president of the Newspaper Division of Gannett Company, Inc. Keating was heavily involved in the sport of swimming and is a member of the athletic Halls of Fame at St. Xavier High School – where he graduated in 1945 – and the University of Cincinnati for his accomplishments, as are his brother Charles (St. X and UC), son Bill (St. X and UC) and nephew Charles Keating III (St. X and Indiana University). He and his brother, Charles, played a major role in the funding of St. Xavier's Keating Natatorium, the pool being named in honor of their father, Charles Keating, Sr. The new pool at the University of Cincinnati (Keating Aquatic Center) is named in honor of William Keating. He has received the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award for a student athlete, and numerous civic awards.
- "1993 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees". St. Xavier High School. Retrieved 2007-02-08.
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