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Stanley Klos (Stanley Louis Klos) was born on 18 January, 1954 in United States, is an American basketball player. At 67 years old, Stanley Klos height is 6 ft 7 in (201.0 cm).

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Popular As Stanley Louis Klos
Occupation Player
Stanley Klos Age 68 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 18 January 1954
Birthday 18 January
Birthplace United States
Nationality United States

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Stanley Klos worth at the age of 68 years old? Stanley Klos’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from United States. We have estimated Stanley Klos's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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Klos is the co-founder of Dinosaur Safaris, Inc., in Shell, Wyoming. The company is headed by paleontologist Bob Simon. Under Simon's stewardship, four fully articulated dinosaurs–Camarasaurus, Stegosaurus, Diplodocus, and Camptosaurus–have been discovered.


Stanley Yavneh Klos is an author, entrepreneur, professor and former Italian Basketball Association player. He changed his middle name from Louis to Yavneh after marrying Naomi Yavneh Klos in 2011. He is the President of the Historic. us Corporation, a non-profit organization dedicated to challenging the public to view history through the lens of primary source exhibits. Historic.


News & World Report 2006 cover story, "Washington? Get In Line" & the Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History: Plots To Kill Lincoln. "Stan is an avid real estate historic preservationist who has re-developed 32 historically significant properties ranging from Vaudeville theaters to Revolutionary War Taverns in five states. He is a co-founder of various historic pursuits including the James Monroe Birthplace Commission. As a real estate entrepreneur, Stan acquired RE/MAX of Pennsylvania n/w and expertly managed a marketing mix that increased yearly commission revenues from $240,000 to $36 million. Stan has brought this expertise into the classroom by teaching the MBA Real Estate Investment class at Loyola's College of Business in New Orleans.


In 2004, Klos, as a board member of the James Monroe Foundation (JMF), proposed that the foundation acquire and restore the family farm and birthplace of President James Monroe. On April 4, 2005, Westmoreland County signed a 99-year lease with JMF, and Klos was appointed Chairman of the James Monroe Birthplace Commission. Under the stewardship of the JMF President G. William Thomas, archaeologists from the College of William & Mary began the site study for restoration in 2006.


us exhibits have headlined a plethora of universities, national historic sites, libraries, and museums exhibitions since 2004. In conjunction with the exhibits, Stan has authored five books on primary sources and the U. S. Founding with the most recent being "The Congressional Evolution of the United States of America. "As a public speaker, Stan has keynoted numerous special events including the Franklin D.


Roosevelt American Heritage Center Museum's grand opening and the 2003 re-entombment of First Lady Martha & President Samuel Huntington. His work has appeared in hundreds of print and digital publications including History Channel's Brad Meltzer's "Decoded, The Declaration of Independence," U. S.


By 2002, the Virtualology student publishing project exceeded 500,000 web page views a day. With the explosion of education sites in the 00's and Wikipedia's meteoric success, the student publishing model was discontinued. Many of the historic domain names became biographical websites while hundreds of others, like annefrank. org, were donated to non-profit education entities all over the world. Stan is the co-founder of Dinosaur Safaris, Inc. (DSI), which is an ongoing private paleontology company whose Shell Wyoming quarry site has yielded numerous fossil holdings that include the world's most complete Stegosaurus and Camarasaurus, which are on exhibit, respectively, at the London National History Museum and the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum in Japan. . Stan was a NCAA Division I "Elite Eight" Basketball player at Idaho State University and an Italian Basketball Association player for Amaro Harry's in Bologna. He was the Captain of a U. S.


Klos was co-founder of The James Monroe Scholarship Award established in 2001 by the James Monroe Foundation. The award is an annual essay contest for juniors and seniors enrolled in a public, private or home-school high school programs. All 1st-, 2nd- and 3rd-place essays are posted online at


In 1999 Stan established an online education publishing company that acquired over 8,500 URLs to publish thousands of student papers.


In 1996 Klos was a nominee for State Treasurer, recruited by West Virginia Republican Party Chairman Steve La Rose. During this campaign, Klos uncovered a scheme to circumvent the State Constitution's ban on investing State funds into equities. Klos challenged the "West Virginia Trust Fund", which was subsequently declared unconstitutional by the West Virginia Supreme Court on February 25, 1997. The following year an amendment to the State Constitution allowing equity investments was proposed to the voters and passed by a 71 to 29 percent margin. The Wheeling News-Register commented favourably on Klos's efforts in an editorial entitled "Klos Took A Stand Based on What is Right".


In 1994, Klos was the Republican Nominee for West Virginia in the US Senate elections, having defeated physician Arthur R. Gindin in the primary by 61% to 39%. Klos campaigned as a "sacrificial lamb" against veteran Democrat Robert C. Byrd, as part of the Republican U.S. Senatorial Committee's strategy to re-capture a majority in the United States Senate in 1994. This strategy was successful, as although Byrd was elected with 69% to Stan Klos' 31%, he spent $1,550,354 to Klos' $267,165. Additionally, the Democratic Party invested over $1 million in West Virginia's U.S. Senatorial Campaign, compared to the Republican Party's $15,000. The Republicans duly won a majority in the U.S. Senate. The campaign received attention for the hiring of an actor to play Robert C. Byrd in staged Statewide Debates when the Byrd refused Klos's invitation for a series of formal Senatorial Debates. The campaign also organized successful demonstrations against the Clintons' National Health Care Bus as it traveled through West Virginia in the summer of 1994. When the bill debated in the Senate, Senator Byrd opposed the approval of the National Health Care measure while the bus was completing its tour in the state. However, on Klos's instruction the campaign did not implement the "Death by a Thousand Cuts" plan proposed by strategists, which was later favourably acknowledged by Senator Byrd.


Klos served as West Virginia Republican State Executive Committee Finance Chairman from 1992 to 1994. During this period annual contributions grew by 750%.


Stan was politically active in the 1990's serving as the West Virginia Republican State Committee Finance Chairman and campaigning as the West Virginia U. S.


From the 1980s onwards, Klos began preserving historic properties threatened by demolition, eventually accumulating 32, including properties in New Jersey, West Virginia, Florida and Pennsylvania.


Klos played for Italy's Amaro Harrys Bologna of the Italian Basketball Association. He also was the Captain of the United States Basketball Team which participated in European International Tournaments in 1979.


Basketball Team, which competed in the International Invitational Basketball Tournament held in Bologna, Italy in 1978. He has served on diverse boards including the WV Independent Colleges & Universities, Pittsburgh YMCA Family Camp, Mercy Center of N. J. and Idaho State University's Alumni Board of Directors.


From 1972 to 1974 Klos played for St. Peter's College as a Center/Forward. Between 1975 and 1977 he represented Idaho State University, also as a center/Forward.


In the 1970s he turned his pursuits to classic automobiles.


Klos was born in New York City to Dr. Louis A. Klos, founder of the National Catholic Business Education Association, and Eileen Hundertmark. Klos became interested in historical preservation in his early teens, acquiring antiques at flea markets in the 1960s.


Stanley Yavneh "Stan" Klos (born January 18, 1954), is an American businessman, historical preservationist, and former basketball player. Klos was a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1994, challenging Robert C. Byrd for the West Virginia seat. In 2011, he married Naomi Yavneh Klos, Ph.D. and changed his middle name from "Louis" to "Yavneh", his wife's maiden name. The couple reside in New Orleans, where Dr. Naomi Yavneh Klos is the Director of the Loyola New Orleans University Honors Program.


President Who? Forgotten Founders examines the origins of the U.S. Presidency and includes biographies of four Presidents of the Continental Congress and ten Presidents of the United States in Congress Assembled serving before George Washington from 1774- 1788. Featuring many pre-1789 letters, resolutions, treaties, and laws signed as President of the United States, the book relies heavily on primary sources as evidence the office existed before 1789.