William Cornelius Zeigler, Junior
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, I became my mother’s bouncing baby boy on June 27, 1955.
I joined the Army on July 25, 1977. I served ten years, with two overseas tours in Germany, the first in Frankfurt and the second in Bamberg.
I was honorably discharged from United States Army on August 26, 1987.
I chaired the Monterey County Chapter of the American Civil Liberty Union (ACLU) from February of 1997 to February of 1999.
I taught as a part-time as a faculty member at the Monterey Peninsula College from the fall term of 1997 to the summer term of 2000. I taught two courses, which were “Inter-Cultural Relations in America Society,” and “African Americans in American Government.”
I have a master’s in Public Administration from Golden Gate University, a bachelor of art in Social Science from San Jose State University, and an associate’s from Monterey Peninsula College.
From January 6, 2007 to January 2009, I was president of the newly inaugurated Monterey County Branch of the NAACP (The Seaside Branch, and the Salinas Branch were emerged).
I retired from Monterey County Office of the Military & Veterans Affairs as Services Representatives III. Before I retired from the County on July 7, 2018, I served as Military & Veterans Services Representative for twelve years.
I have since retired, and now I am a full-time artist. My artwork is displayed at Monterey Peninsula Art Foundation’s Co-op Gallery at 425 Cannery Row.
The artwork below represents what is currently available for sale in the Reflections Elegante Fine Art Gallery.
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