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Ramone Stanley Eaton

Ramone Stanley Eaton, American association executive. Member Public Relations Society American, American Canoe Association Pi Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi.; Rotarian. (governor).

Background

  • Eaton, Ramone Stanley was born on August 29, 1907 in Alexandria, Virginia, United States. Son of George H. and Irene M. (Beach) Eaton.

  • Education

    • Student Southeastern U., Washington, 1925-1926, George Washington University, 1928, U. Georgia, 1931.

    Career

    • Director public recreation, Alexandria, 1926, physical education, Young Men’s Christian Association, Washington, 1927. Field representative 1st aid and life saving American Red Cross, 1928-1939, assistant nat. director, 1st aid and life saving, 1937-1940, director roll call, 1940-1941, administrative assistant manager N. Atlantic area, 1941-1943, manager Eastern area and Pacific area, 1943-1948, vice president, 1940-1970, senior vice president, 1970-1980. Lecturer ecology and youth problems.

    Works

    • Contributor to recreation, camping, canoeing and safety education publications.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Public Relations Society American, American Canoe Association Pi Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi. Rotarian. (governor). Clubs: National Press (Washington).

    Connections

    • Married June L. Clark, January 16, 1933. Children: June Elaine, Lyndle Stanley.
    • father: George H. Eaton
    • mother: Irene M. (Beach) Eaton
    • spouse: June L. Clark
    • children: June Elaine Eaton
    • Lyndle Stanley Eaton
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    Died April 29, 1980
    (aged 72)
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