100 Years of Alaska's Legislature
"From Territorial Days to Today"

1913 to 2013

Juneau, Alaska

State & Territorial

Frederick O. Eastaugh


BIRTH DATE/PLACE:06/12/1913;
Nome, Alaska; died 02/17/1992, Juneau, Alaska

EDUCATION:Graduate, University of Washington

SPOUSE:Carol Benning Robertson

CHILDREN:Robert Ladd, Alison Benning

EMPLOYMENT:Attorney, Partner, Robertson Monagle Eastaugh law firm, Juneau, Anchorage, Washington DC; Law clerk, Medley & Haugland law firm Seattle; Juneau City Magistrate; Accountant and Traffic Agent, Pan American Airways; Freight Clerk, Assistant Purser, Alaska Steamship Co.; Honorary Royal Norwegian Vice-Consul (1953-66) and Consul (1966-86) for Norway 1966-86; Southeast Alaska Honorary Consular Agent & Consul for France 1953-1985

APPOINTMENTS/MEMBERSHIPS:Alaska Delegate to 1972 Republican National Convention;
National Conference on Uniform State Laws;
State-Federal Land Use Planning Commission 1974-76;
Oversight Committee for Alaska National Interest Lands, ANILCA;
Chair, Juneau Planning Commission 1955-1962;
Alaska Mineral Commission 1991;
Director, Alaska Miners Association;
President, University of Alaska Foundation 1978-80;
Trustee, Pacific Legal Foundation;
President, Alaska State Chamber of Commerce 1955-56;
Pioneers of Alaska;
Juneau Ski Club;
Juneau Yacht Club

HONORS:1971 Juneau Rotary Man of the Year;
1978 Alaska State Chamber of Commerce "Outstanding Alaskan";
1980 Juneau Chamber of Commerce "Outstanding Citizen";
1982 Honorary Doctor of Humanities, University of Alaska;
1969 Royal Order of King Olaf of Norway, Knight, First Class;
Posthumously inducted into the Alaska Mining Hall of Fame, 2006

INTERESTS:Photography, skiing, sailing, tennis

ADDITIONAL NARRATIVE:Additional Information