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B. Frank Heintzleman

B. Frank Heintzleman, American former governor. Recipient Superior Service award Department Agriculture, 1952. Director Alaska Spruce Log Program, World World War World War II; Member Society of America Foresters (William Schlich medal 1958), Cosmos Club, Masons, Elks.

Background

  • Heintzleman, B. Frank was born on December 3, 1888 in Fayetteville, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Forestry, Pennsylvania State College, 1907. MF, Yale, 1910.

    Career

    • With United States Forest Service, Western States, 1910-1918, Alaska branch, 1918-1934. Coordinating officer in forest conservation to Forest Service, National Rifle Association, organizer timber-using industries of the United States, 1934-1937. Regional forester Alaska, 1937-1953.

      Commissioner for Alaska Department Agriculture, 1937-1953. Governor State of Alaska, 1953-1957.

    Works

    • Co-author: Regional Planning for Alaska—Its Resources and Development (National Resources Committee report), 1938. Contributor articles to lumber and paper industry journals, also to technical forestry journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Lutheran

    Membership

    Director Alaska Spruce Log Program, World World War World War II. Member Society of America Foresters (William Schlich medal 1958), Cosmos Club, Masons, Elks.
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    Nationality
    • 1907
      Pennsylvania State College
    • 1910
      Yale
    • 1910 - 1918
      With United States Forest Service
    • 1918 - 1934
      With United States Forest Service
    • 1934 - 1937
      coordinating officer, in forest conservation to Forest Service
    • 1937 - 1953
      regional forester Alaska
    • 1937 - 1953
      commissioner for Alaska Department Agriculture
    • 1953 - 1957
      governor State of Alaska

    Award