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Ralph Malcom Pabst

Ralph Malcom Pabst, American import-export, publishing and mining executive. Decorated knight grand officer Ancient and Imperial Order of Crescent (England), knight Order St. Dennis of Zante, (Greece), King Peter of Yugoslavia; recipient award Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Academy Palms class A, International American Institute; named Kentucky colonel, lieutenant colonel Alabama, marshall Phoenix Republican Committee.

Background

  • Pabst, Ralph Malcom was born on November 2, 1920 in Macon, Georgia, United States. Son of George A. Pabst.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bradley University. Postgraduate, Brigham Young University. Postgraduate, Jones Business College, Florida.

      Doctor of Osteopathy, Anglo-American Institute Drugless Therapy, England. Doctor of Philosophy, Hamilton State University.

    Career

    • Owner, manager Bam's Overseas Treasures. Chairman board The Augury Press, Greater Denver-Phoenix Mining Company, Inc., American Entertainment Corporation, Commodity Exchange United States of America. Member Consular Corps, Washington.

    Works

    • Author: Plodding toward Terror, Away and Beyond, Executive Handbook, The Spoofiness Lexicon, Match Wits, I Remember Cuisine's Finest Moments, Zodiac of Life, Renew Your Life through God, The Handiwork of God in the Holy Land, Mental Telepathy, Astral Peer, God's Handwriting, Hitler the Occultist, Top Hat, Bugsy Siegel/Betty Woods Memories, Jacob von Walzer, Facts: Then and Now, J F K, "The Whole Truth. So Help Maine.," Kenney and Allied Families, The Cowart/Jernigan Allied Families.

      Public God Is Still My Co-Pilot, Gene Austin'-Ole Buddy, The Hereditary Register of United States of America.

    Membership

    Deputy sheriff, Arizona, Nevada, Massachusetts Officer United States Navy, World World War World War II. Member National Sheriffs Association (life), Navy League (life), Sons of the American Revolution (past treasurer general, gold citizenship medal, Patriot's medal, Minute Man award), Mayflower Society, Sons and Daughters Pilgrims (life), Society Colonial Wars, Society Founders and Patriots, Descendant Colonial Clergy (life), Huguenot Society, St. Andrew's Society, St. George's Society, National Sojurners (life), Masons (32d degree), Son of a Witch (president general).

    Connections

    • Son of Eugene Price and Beatrice I. (Kenney) Jernigan. Adopted; children: Genevieve A. Martinez, Yvonne M. Pierce, George P.
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    Born November 2, 1920
    Died October 12, 1995
    (aged 74)