Create header with left, center, and right aligned items

I have a header on the second page of my document with items aligned to the left, right, and center. Up until now, I have used the fancyhdr package to do the job.

Based on this answer, it seems like the fancyhdr package is redundant when used with the Memoir document class. How can I achieve the same effect without using the package?

\documentclass[letterpaper,12pt]{memoir} \usepackage{preamble} \begin{document} \begin{center} \textbf {\Large{Christopher M. Finazzo}} \end{center} \url{} \begin{flushleft} 973.906.0496 \end{flushleft} \begin{flushright} [email protected] \end{flushright} \hrule \begin{center} \textbf {COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSIONAL} \end{center}  \noindent \begin{raggedright} Results driven individual with a passion for conveying complex ideas to technical and nontechnical\\ audiences in a way that is accurate, clear, and concise. Proven ability to create audience appropriate messages with a range of authoring tools. Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to multitask, set priorities, and meet deadlines. \end{raggedright} \begin{center} \textbf{DEMONSTRATED EXPERTISE} \end{center} \begin{table}[!th] \begin{tabular}{lll} Corporate Communications & Social Media & AP and APA Style \\ Public Relations & Email Production & Adobe Creative Suite \\ Employee Communications & Content Mananagement Systems & Microsoft Office \\ Media Relations & HTML, CSS, and SASS & Final Cut Pro \\ \end{tabular} \end{table} \begin{center} \textbf{PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE} \end{center} \begin{flushleft} \textbf{ALLIANT TECHNOLOGIES,} Morristown, NJ \raggedright Nov 2010 - Mar 2011\\ \textbf{AMS Drawbridge Intern} \end{flushleft} \begin{itemize} \tightlist \item   Provided end-user support for customers using RSA tokens (Drawbridge 2-factor authentication service). \item   Provisioned and managed token inventory for clients, including new   orders, reassignments, and suspensions. Maintained current token stock   for future orders. \item   Worked with customers to resolve authentication issues, escalating   support tickets to Senior Engineers/Internal IT Support as necessary. \item   Worked with customer contacts (Internal IT) to resolve support   requests \item   Revised documentation and support procedures as necessary to improve   the process, created procedural workflows (Visio) to show changes over   time. \item   Assisted Tier 1 engineers as necessary to resolve circuit and routing   issues for customers, escalating issues to Service Providers when   appropriate. \end{itemize} \begin{flushleft} \textbf{BOROUGH OF CHATHAM,} Chatham, NJ{ Jul 2009 - Sep 2009}\\ \textbf{Intern} \end{flushleft} \begin{itemize} \tightlist \item   Created a survey to assess potential renovation options for Memorial   Pool and gauge community support for the project. \item   Worked closely with 3rd-party vendors to develop a new email   specification for more efficient communication with residents. \item   Gathered and compiled updated information for the Borough's Open Space   \& Recreation Plan. \item   Collaborated with other departments to create an updated Policies \&   Practices manual. \item   Updated internal documentation systems, digitized records as needed. \end{itemize} \newpage \pagestyle{fancy} \fancyhf{} \rhead{[email protected]} \chead{\bfseries {Christopher M. Finazzo}} \lhead{\myphone} \begin{flushleft} \textbf{MASS TRANSMIT,} New York, NY{ Jun 2008 - Aug 2008}\\ \textbf{Design \& Production Intern} \end{flushleft} \begin{itemize} \tightlist \item   Took HTML email production through static comps, programming,   validation, testing, and distribution using Email Transmit (Web   application for email marketing campaigns). \item   Integrated WordPress into a redesigned site launch for EGM Green,   learned basics of server-side programming. \item   Developed an early prototype of SEGA Entertainment USA's World Sports   Grille site using HTML, CSS, and PHP. \item   Updated database information for content systems through a custom CMS   interface as part of a 4RealFoods site launch. \item   Created an in-house wiki (MediaWiki) to manage the internal   technology infrastructure and store client information. \item   Learned basics of System Administration (macOS, Linux) \end{itemize} \begin{flushleft} \textbf{RIDER UNIVERSITY,} Lawrenceville, NJ{ Jan 2008 - Jun 2008}\\ \textbf{CIS Technology Lab Monitor} \end{flushleft} \begin{itemize} \tightlist \item   Monitored students working in the CIS Technology Lab. \item   Troubleshot computer problems \item   Assisted students with hardware and software. \end{itemize} \begin{flushleft} \textbf{LEHMAN BROTHERS,} New York, NY{ May 2007 - Aug 2007}\\ \textbf{IT Summer Analyst} \end{flushleft} \begin{itemize} \tightlist \item   Coordinated a series of training sessions (Lunch `n' Learn) related to   firmwide technology initiatives. Managed event scheduling,   setup/teardown, and provided logistical support during the sessions.   Created a calendar to manage these events. \item   Assisted with production duties related to a Global Technology   Services town hall meeting. Managed attendance records, event   setup/teardown, and provided logistical support as needed during the   meeting. \item   Researched employee gift options for a Global Technology Services   offsite meeting. Collaborated with 3rd-party vendors to evaluate   sample products and estimate costs. Presented results to management   for evaluation. \item   Drafted a monthly newsletter for the Global Technology Services'   intranet (IT Portal). Compiled IT Portal feedback reports related to   content and functionality. Created an archive of past newsletters. \item   Worked with technology groups to develop and distribute targeted   communications related to the availability of systems and testing   environments. \end{itemize} \begin{center} \textbf{EDUCATION} \end{center} Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ -- Master of Arts, Class of 2013, Corporate \& Organizational Communication \linebreak \noindent Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ -- Bachelor of Arts, Class of 2009, Major -- Communications (Web Design), Double Minor -- Advertising and Computer Information Systems \end{document}


Please note that (very nearly absolutely almost) all questions should include a Minimum Working Example (MWE) or Minimal Non-Working Example (MNWE), depending on whether your question concerns how to do something or how to resolve an error. An MWE is code for a minimal but complete document which compiles when copy-pasted into an editor. An MNWE is code for a minimal but complete document which produces the error on attempted compilation after copy-pasting into an editor.

Also, Memoir has an excellent manual and, if you are using this class, there is no substitute for reading the parts relevant to your document. Memoir makes many packages unnecessary - fancyhdr is only one of them. It is also necessary to do certain things in your preamble and not do others in order for its layout mechanisms to work correctly. Presumably, you are using it because it produces good-looking output, but it will not do this if you don't follow the instructions carefully.

Of course, if you get stuck, people will be happy to help. But they cannot read the documentation for you.

\makeevenhead{mine}{even left}{even centre}{even right}
\makeoddhead{mine}{odd left}{odd centre}{odd right}
\makeevenfoot{mine}{even left}{even centre}{even right}
\makeoddfoot{mine}{odd left}{odd centre}{odd right}

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