Päiviö Hetemäki

Päiviö Hetemäki (8 July 1913 in Jyväskylä – 12 May 1980) was a politician of the National Coalition Party in Finland. He served four times as a minister in the Finnish Council of State between 1953 and 1972.[1] Hetemäki was also the chairman of the Confederation of Finnish Industries.

Päiviö Hetemäki
Päiviö Hetemäki 1965.jpeg
Hetemäki in 1965
Deputy Prime Minister of Finland
In office
29 October 1971 – 23 February 1972
Prime MinisterTeuvo Aura
Preceded byVeikko Helle
Succeeded byMauno Koivisto
In office
14 May 1970 – 15 July 1970
Prime MinisterTeuvo Aura
Preceded byJohannes Virolainen
Succeeded byVeikko Helle
Minister of Finance
In office
29 October 1971 – 23 February 1972
Prime MinisterTeuvo Aura
Preceded byCarl Olof Tallgren
Succeeded byMauno Koivisto
In office
14 May 1970 – 15 July 1970
Prime MinisterTeuvo Aura
Preceded byEino Raunio
Succeeded byCarl Olof Tallgren
In office
29 August 1958 – 13 January 1959
Prime MinisterKarl-August Fagerholm
Preceded byIlmo Nurmela
Succeeded byWiljam Sarjala
Minister of Defence
In office
17 November 1953 – 5 May 1954
Prime MinisterSakari Tuomioja
Preceded byKauno Kleemola
Succeeded byEmil Skog
Member of the Finnish Parliament
In office
6 April 1945 – 19 February 1962
ConstituencyVaasa
Personal details
Born(1913-07-08)8 July 1913
Jyväskylä, Finland
Died12 May 1980(1980-05-12) (aged 66)
Helsinki, Finland
Political partyNational Coalition
Spouse(s)Elli Leila Syvähuoko (m. 1945)

He also served in the Board of the Bank of Finland 1971–1977.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Parliamentary profile
  2. ^ "Board Members in the history of the Bank of Finland". Bank of Finland. Archived from the original on 2017-08-07. Retrieved 2017-04-14.