Gary Taggart Boswell
Gary Taggart Boswell, American investor, former electronics company executive. Winner Western Hemisphere Snipe championship, 1970, others. Member Snipe Class International Racing Association.
Boswell, Gary Taggart was born on December 24, 1937 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of David W. and Marjory (Taggart) Boswell.
Bachelor, Texas Christian University, 1958. Master of Science, Texas Christian University, 1965. Postgraduate, San Diego State College, 1960—1961.
Scientist United States Government White Sands (New Mexico) Missile Range, 1958-1959. Research engineer General Dynamics, San Diego, 1959-1960. Programmer Bell Helicopter, Hurst, Texas, 1960-1963.
Section head Collins Radio Company, Dallas, 1963-1968. Manager software development Texas Instruments, Inc., Austin, 1968-1972. Manager ASC (Advanced Science Computer) Marketing, 1973-1975, manager ASC division, 1975-1976, manager computer system, 1976-1980, manager global positioning system, 1980-1981, manager TI engineering system, 1981-1983, vice president equipment group, manager intelligent system division, 1983-1986.
President Aydin Monitor Systems, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 1987-1988, Aydin Computer and Monitor, Horsham, 1988-1995, investor, since 1995. Member American National Fortran Standards Committee, 1970-1974.
Designer several fortran compliers.
Member Snipe Class International Racing Association.
Married Margaret Ruth Yelvington, September 8, 1957 (deceased January 1997). Married Tommie Jean Horn, December 19, 1998. Children: Michael David, Margaret McQuiston, Susannah Ruth.
David W. Boswell
Marjory (Taggart) Boswell
Margaret Ruth Yelvington
Tommie Jean Horn
Michael David Boswell
Margaret McQuiston Boswell
Susannah Ruth Boswell