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Terry Doyle Schrunk

Terry Doyle Schrunk, American mayor. Served as Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945.; Member Oregon Fire Fighters Association (past executive director), Veterans of Foreign Wars (life), American Legion (life), National (past governor), Ore past president) sheriffs associations, Portland Chamber of Commerce (life.

Background

  • Schrunk, Terry Doyle was born on March 10, 1913 in Stayton, Oregon, United States. Son of James and Pearl Margaret (Doyle) Schrunk.

  • Education

    • Student of University Portland, 1933-1935. Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Oregon, 1942. Doctor of Laws, University Portland, 1972.

    Career

    • With Fire Department, Portland, Oregon, 1935-1949. Sheriff Multnomah County, Oregon, 1949-1956. Mayor of Portland, 1957-1973.

      Past chairman advisory board, past president United States Conference Mayors. Past president League Oregon Cities. Honorary life member Japan-American Conference Mayors and Chamber of Commerce Presidents, 1973-1975.

      Active Young Men’s Christian Association. Director Pal Boys Club of Portland, 1950-1975, president Oregon chapter, 1955. Board of directors, chapter member Town Affiliation Association United States.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served as Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945. Member Oregon Fire Fighters Association (past executive director), Veterans of Foreign Wars (life), American Legion (life), National (past governor), Ore past president) sheriffs associations, Portland Chamber of Commerce (life. Clubs: City of Portland (honorary life), Downtown and North Rotary (honorary).

    Connections

    • Married Virginia Dorothy Price, May 17, 1936. Children: Michael, Judy Ann, Patrick.
    • father: James Schrunk
    • mother: Pearl Margaret (Doyle) Schrunk
    • spouse: Virginia Dorothy Price
    • children: Michael Schrunk
    • Judy Ann Schrunk
    • Patrick Schrunk
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    Born March 10, 1913
    Died March 4, 1975
    (aged 61)
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