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Hale Caldwell Goodrich

Hale Caldwell Goodrich, American civil engineer. Member American Gas Association, Society for Experimental Stress Analysis.

Background

  • Goodrich, Hale Caldwell was born on May 19, 1904 in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, United States. Son of George E. and Carrie C. (Hale) Goodrich.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Ohio State University, 1926. Bachelor of Business Administration, Southern Methodist U., 1946.

    Career

    • Rodman, levelman New York City R.R. and Hocking Valley Railway Company, assistant erector Western Gas Construction Company, Fort Wayne, Indiana, engineer Mississippi River bridge construction, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1926-1928. Draftsman Cleveland Union Terminals Company, 1928-1931. Engineer United Gas Pipe Line Company, Houston, district engineer, Dallas, general office Shreveport, Louisiana, 1931-1968.

      Noise consultant Active Boy Scouts American Registered profile engineer, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama.

    Politics

    Pacifists should be honored because they do not allow us to become complacent about war and violence.

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    The teaching of the Bible is a key in understanding the way by which a person obtains salvation.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    Every person needs the Church for spiritual and emotional care that enables to reconcile relations with God, with others, and with self.

    Membership

    Member American Gas Association, Society for Experimental Stress Analysis.

    Connections

    • Married Flora Virginia Forehand, March 26, 1933. Children: Roy Gordon, Gary Wayne.
    • father: George E. Goodrich
    • mother: Carrie C. (Hale) Goodrich
    • spouse: Flora Virginia Forehand
    • children: Roy Gordon Goodrich
    • Gary Wayne Goodrich
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    Died January 15, 1968
    (aged 63)
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