MSS 203 (A.05-40)
Title: Joseph C. Stangl fonds
Extent: 4.25 m of textual records
Biographical Sketch: Joseph C. Stangl was born
at Quantock, Saskatchewan in 1919. He attended St. Thomas College
in Battleford from 1934-1937 obtaining the equivalent of a second
year university education. In 1937 he moved to Winnipeg where he
took a secretarial course that enabled him to get a job with Crane
Ltd. the following year. In 1940 he married Katherine Mary Ottenbreit.
In 1943 they moved to Saskatoon where their first daughter Judith
Ann was born. Stangl left Crane Ltd. in 1950 to return to Winnipeg
as a Sales Manager for Anthes Foundary Ltd. Stangl remained with
the company until 1968 when he retired at the age of 49 as the General
Sales Manager for Western Canada.
Stangl embarked on a second career as a professional volunteer.
He spent thirteen years as Secretary Treasurer and Administrator
of St. Paul's High School. He was active locally, provincially,
nationally and in some instances internationally in Catholic, Public
and Independent Schools Education. In 1958 he was honoured with
a Papal Knighthood - Knight of St. Gregory the Great (KSG). In 1979
he was awarded the Order of Canada (CM).
Custodial History: The fonds was given to the
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by Georgina
Lewis the Librarian at St. Paul's College. Stangl's papers had been
held at the college for several years.
Scope and Content: The fonds is divided into 11
series. They include: biographical information, speeches, Manitoba
Association for Equality in Education, Manitoba Federation of Independent
Schools, Manitoba Association of School Trustees, Catholic Parochial
School Trustees Association, Manitoba Catholic School Trustees'
Association, Federation of Independent Schools of Canada,Canadian
Catholic Trustees' Association, Canadian Catholic School Trustees'
Association & Reports & Research.
Restrictions: There are no restrictions on access
to this material.
Accruals: No further accruals are anticipated
Finding Aid: A printed finding aid is available
in the Archives reading room and an electronic finding aid is available
at the link below: