100 Years of Alaska's Legislature
"From Territorial Days to Today"
1913 to 2013
State & Territorial
OCCUPATION: Lawyer from Anchorage
BIRTH DATE/PLACE: 04/11/1920;
MILITARY SERVICE: US Navy, Enlisted as Seaman, Retired as Lieutenant Commander, 5 years, 1941-1946
Assistant Civilian Personnel Officer, US Army, Alaska, Fort Richardson
CHILDREN: Ronald, Pamela, Randolph, Patricia, Rick
EMPLOYMENT: Assistant Project Manager/Legal Adviser, White Alice Project, Radio Corporation of America; Private Law Practice, Anchorage, Alaska; United States Senator; Deputy Administrator, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Washington, D.C.
EDUCATION: High School: Perkinston, Missisippi College/University: Perkinston Junior College; University of Santa Clara School of Law; University of Houston School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1955 Post Graduate: Massachusetts, Institute of Technology, Master of Science
OTHER: Outstanding American Award, US Jaycees, 1955;
National President, Phi Theta Kappa, Scholastic Honor Society, 1940;
National President, American Law Student Association, 1954; Candidate, Alaska Governor, 1962, 1970;
Alaska Press Club's 49er Hall of Fame, 1970
SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS: Member, Knights of Columbus; Member, Elks; Member, Kiwanis; Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States; Member, American Legion; Member, Alaska Native Brotherhood; Member, Phi Delta Phi