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Bernard Delbert Morrissey

Bernard Delbert Morrissey, American educator. Served with United States Coast Guard, 1942-1945.; Member Modern Language Association.

Background

  • Morrissey, Bernard Delbert was born on March 20, 1907 in Farmersville, Illinois, United States. Son of Dennis and Anna (Haley) Morrissey.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, St. Saint Louis University, 1928, A.M., 1930. Doctor of Philosophy., Northwestern University 1957.

    Career

    • Teaching fellow in Latin, St. Saint Louis University, 1928-1930. Instructor St. Saint Louis University High School, 1930-1942. Lecturer English, St. Saint Louis University, 1936-1942, instructor, 1945-1950.

      Assistant professor to Professor of English, Beloit (Wisconsin) College, 1955-1972, department chairman, 1969-1972, chairman div. humanities, 1960-1964, 66-70, professor emeritus from 1972. Visiting lecturer University of Wisconsin, Rock County, Janesville, from 1972. Associate, consultant-examiner Commission Institutions Higher Education of North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, from 1970.

    Membership

    Served with United States Coast Guard, 1942-1945. Member Modern Language Association.

    Connections

    • father: Dennis Morrissey
    • mother: Anna (Haley) Morrissey
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    Died April 2, 1975
    (aged 68)
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