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Kenneth Herman Lange-McGill

Kenneth Herman Lange-McGill, American statistician, retired government official. Recipient United States medal for merit Federal Government, 1946. Member American Statistical Association, Society Greek Statistics (Athens), Chinese Association for the Advancement of Science (Taipei), Royal Society Health (London), Phi Beta Kappa (president Washington association 1967-1968), Alpha Kappa Delta.

Background

  • Lange-McGill, Kenneth Herman was born on December 29, 1903 in Tekamah, Nebraska, United States. Son of Herman Morse and Fidelia Luella (Oberst) McGill.

  • Education

    • Graduate University Chicago, 1930-1931.

    Career

    • Teacher public schools, Nebraska, Marr, Arizona, 1923-1926, Blackbird, Riverside, 1926-1929. Earhart Foundation fellow, instructor University Michigan, 1931-1934. Analyst President's Trends Studies, Washington, 1931-1934.

      Supervisor United States Census, Washington, 1934, FERA, Washington, 1934. Director United States Public Health Service, Washington, 1935-1941. Division chief national headquarters Selective Service System, Washington, 1941-1970, retired, 1970.

      Member American mission to Greece and Turkey, Department State, 1947-1948.

    Works

    • Author reports, monographs and articles.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member American Statistical Association, Society Greek Statistics (Athens), Chinese Association for the Advancement of Science (Taipei), Royal Society Health (London), Phi Beta Kappa (president Washington association 1967-1968), Alpha Kappa Delta. Clubs: Sertoma (president 1966-1967, district governor 1968-1970) (Washington).

    Connections

    • Married Mable Catherine Lange, August 27, 1930. 1 child, Kenneth Herman Junior Bachelor of Arts Nebraska, 1930.
    • father: Herman Morse McGill
    • mother: Fidelia Luella (Oberst) McGill
    • spouse: Mable Catherine Lange
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    Born December 29, 1903
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