Hosiasluoma's Eve

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August 20, 2022

Aatto Sylvester Hosiaisluoma (December 31, 1927 Ruokolahti – July 31, 2022 Tampere) was a Finnish educational advisor. He was senior lecturer in municipal economics at the University of Tampere. Hosiaisluoma's parents were farm manager, agrologist Kalle Oskari Hosiaisluoma and Tyyne Kustaava Romppanen. He matriculated in 1948, completed his municipal examination at the University of Social Sciences in 1951 and graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1955. Aatto Hosiaisluoma's wife was a licentiate in philosophy Helka Kaarina Hosiaisluoma (née Koponen), who also worked at the University of Tampere. Hosiaisluoma was the municipal manager of Pyhäjärvi in ​​Oulu County from 1955 to 1957 and the first editor-in-chief of the Pyhäjärvi Sanomat local newspaper founded in 1955. He was the head of the auditing department of the Finnish Municipal Union (formerly the Association of Rural Communities) from 1957 to 1960, and then a lecturer in municipal economics at the University of Social Sciences and later Tampere University from 1961 to 1971, and senior lecturer in municipal economics from 1972 and acting. as an assistant professor since 1973. Hosiaisluoma retired in 1991. Hosiaisluoma has studied freemasonry in his treatise "Freemasonic Values".

Works

Municipal economy 1, Financial planning and administration. Association of Finnish Municipalities, Helsinki 1969

Shipping jobs

Departments of education as study channels: 60 years of social education from Kansalaiskorkeakoulu to Tampere University: 1925–1985; ed. Aatto Hosiaisluoma, Matti Laurila. University of Tampere, Tampere 1987

Literature

Municipalities at the crossroads: celebration book for Aatto Hosiaisluoma's retirement on January 31, 1991; ed. Risto Harisalo, Paavo Hoikka, Tuija Rajala. Finnpublishers, Tampere 1991

Sources

On topic elsewhere

Aatto Hosiaisluoma's obituary in Helsingin Sanomat