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Ramón Torres Braschi was born on 18 October, 1917 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Discover Ramón Torres Braschi’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 66 years old?
|Age||66 years old|
|Born||18 October 1917|
|Birthplace||Ponce, Puerto Rico|
|Date of death||September 13, 1983 (65) – San Juan, Puerto Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico|
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Ramón Torres Braschi Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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He served in the National Guard and the U.S. Army. He was a public official in the Government of Puerto Rico, serving first as Assistant Director and then as Chief Personnel Officer. He was the first Superintendent of the Police of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. He was also a lecturer and associate professor at the Graduate School of Public Administration of the University of Puerto Rico and a lawyer in private practice from 1964 to 1983, the year in which he passed away. He was married since 1947 to Mayaguez-born Mrs. Hilda Irizarry Mercader.
Ramón Torres Braschi (1917-1983) was the first Puerto Rico Police Superintendent, acting from 1956 to March 14, 1963. Before this commission, he had been Director of the Office of Personnel of Puerto Rico. He also served in the United States Army with the rank of captain. He was a member of Phi Sigma Alpha fraternity. During his tenure as Puerto Rico Police Superintendent, Torres Braschi received an award from the American Society of Public Administration (Puerto Rico chapter) for the establishment of the preventive and permanent surveillance system. He presented his resignation as Puerto Rico Police Superintendent to accept an academic appointment as professor at the University of Puerto Rico. Ramón Torres Braschi died on September 13, 1983 at age 65, He was buried at the Puerto Rico National Cemetery in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.
Ramón Torres Braschi was in charge of the police until 1963, when he resigned for health reasons. The April 1963 editorial column of Public Order (known in Puerto Rico as the publication Orden Publico) magazine summarized his main achievements in the PR Police as follows:
In 1960 he began studying law in the first night school section of the UPR School of Law, receiving his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (magna cum laude) in 1964. He practiced the law profession specializing in the areas of civil law, tax, corporations, and contracts.
In July 1956 he was appointed first Superintendent of the Puerto Rico Police by then Governor of Puerto Rico, Don Luis Muñoz Marín, thereby becoming the first civil servant to manage that institution. Among the most notable events during his tenure were visits to Puerto Rico by U.S. Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower in February 1960, and John F. Kennedy in December 1961.
Since 1951, Torres Braschi had been associated to the UPR Graduate School of Public Administration, initially as an ad honorem lecturer. In 1963 he returned as a lecturer until becoming an associate professor.
In 1946, he completed his studies at the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) graduating with a bachelor’s degree in commercial administration (BBA) (cum laude). He began working at the University as its first director of the Personnel Office (now Human Resources). In 1947, he resigned to accept an appointment as deputy director of the Office of Personnel of the Government of Puerto Rico. The Office was then of recent creation and managed by Don Manuel A. Pérez. In 1951, Torres Braschi applied for a leave to study the Master’s Degree in Personnel Administration (MPA) at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Public Administration. Upon his return to Puerto Rico and after the death of Don Manuel A. Pérez in 1951, Torres Braschi served as interim Chief Personnel Officer until he was formally appointed to the post in 1952.
Torres Braschi voluntarily enlisted in the United States National Guard based in Puerto Rico, which was about to be federalized in 1940. In May 1942, he was commissioned as an Infantry Second Lieutenant in the United States Army after graduating from the Officer Candidate’s Course (OCS) at Fort Benning, Georgia. In 1944, he was assigned to the Third Battalion of the 65th Infantry Regiment, serving in several countries, including France and Germany. His unit saw action at Peira Cava in the French Maritime Alps. He was released from active duty in 1946, having reached the rank of captain. His service records indicate credit for campaigns at the European theatre of war in Rhineland, Rome-Arno and Central Europe and four decorations: American Defense Service Medal (with 4 bronze stars); European African Middle Eastern Theater Service Medal; American Campaign Medal; and the World War II Victory Medal.
Ramón Torres Braschi was born in Ponce on October 18, 1917, the youngest son of Prosecuting attorney Libertad Torres Grau and Mrs. Aida Braschi Paoli. Ramón grew up in Ponce, Yauco, and Santurce. He completed his first years of grade school education in the latter, graduating from Matienzo Elementary School in 1930 and the Santurce Central High School in 1934.