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Hulon Otis Warlick

Hulon Otis Warlick, American government official. Recipient commendation ribbon for organization and operation of Army Engineers Depots United States.

Background

  • Warlick, Hulon Otis was born on January 18, 1903 in Humboldt, Tennessee, United States. Son of Hulon Otis and Chessie Mae (Dunlap) Warlick.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in C.E., University of Tennessee, 1926. Bachelor of Laws, University of Memphis, 1941.

    Career

    • Admitted Tennessee bar, 1941. Civil engineer on flood control, Memphis, Tennessee, Mississippi River Commission and United States Engineer department, 1926-1940. Instructor in contracts and specifications, University of Tennessee Extension School, 1939-1940.

      Director shipping and storage branch, Production and Marketing Administration, unites states department of Agriculture, Washington, 1945-1949, chief processing plants staff Office of Administrator, 1949-1953. Chief materials division Agricultural Research Organization, Incorporated, since 1955. Consultant Hoover Commission, 1954-1955.

      Eastern representative for Encinal Terminals of California, 1954-1955.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served captain to colonel War Department general staff, office chief of engrs. and headquarters Army Service Forces, 1941-1945. Member National Society Professional Engineers, Society American Military Engineers, American Ordnance Association, American Legion, U. Tennessee Alumni Association (director) 1961-1963), Coffee County Bar Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).

    Connections

    • Married Frances Smith, June 15, 1930. Children: Hulon, Katharine (Mistress W. R. Martin), Frances (Mistress J. P. Leake), Annual.
    • father: Hulon Otis Warlick
    • mother: Chessie Mae (Dunlap) Warlick
    • spouse: Frances Smith
    • children: Hulon Warlick
    • Katharine Warlick (Mistress W. R. Martin)
    • Frances Warlick (Mistress J. P. Leake)
    • Ann Warlick
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    Born January 18, 1903
    Died September 24, 1964
    (aged 61)
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