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Phillip Samuel Hughes

Phillip Samuel Hughes, American government official. Recipient Career Service award National Civil Service League, 1962. Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1944-1945.; Member Wilderness Society, Potomac Applachian Trail.

Background

  • Hughes, Phillip Samuel was born on February 26, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Arthur Samuel and Beulah (Blish) Hughes.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University Washington, 1938, graduate student sociology, 1940.

    Career

    • Various positions government Washington State, 1938-1943, chief research and statistics, department social security, 1942-1943. Senior labor market analyst War Manpower Commission, Seattle, 1943-1944. With VA, Seattle, 1946-1949, chief research and statistics, 1946-1949.

      With United States Bureau Budget, since 1949, deputy chief Office Legislative Reference, 1956-1959, assistant director legislative reference, since 1959. Board of directors Young Men’s Christian Association Metropolitan Washington, since 1961.

    Membership

    Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1944-1945. Member Wilderness Society, Potomac Applachian Trail.

    Connections

    • Married Jean Evans, July 9, 1938. Children: Suzanne, Patricia, Michael, Shirley.
    • father: Arthur Samuel Hughes
    • mother: Beulah (Blish) Hughes
    • spouse: Jean Evans
    • children: Suzanne Hughes
    • Patricia Hughes
    • Michael Hughes
    • Shirley Hughes
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    Born February 26, 1917
    Died October 6, 1967
    (aged 50)
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