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Quentin Jerome Stober

Quentin Jerome Stober, American federal agency official, fisheries scientist. Certified fisheries scientist. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Fisheries Society, American Society Limnology and Oceanography, American Institute Fisheries Biologists (W.F. Thompson award 1969), Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma.

Background

  • Stober, Quentin Jerome was born on March 25, 1938 in Billings, Montana, United States. Son of Quentin W. and Eva (Lesell) Stober.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Fish and Wildlife, Montana State University, 1960. Master of Science in Fish and Wildlife Management, Montana State University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy in Aquatic Zoology, Montana State University, 1968.

    Career

    • Aquatic biologist Federal Water Pollution Control Administration Southeastern Water Laboratory, division Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Georgia, 1962-1965. Research assistant professor fishery science Fisheries Research Institute University Washington, Seattle, 1969-1972, research associate professor, 1972-1977, research professor, 1977-1986. Regional fisheries scientist in bioaccumulative contaminants United States Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Georgia, since 1986.

      Administrative judge environmental section Atomic Safety Licensing Board panel of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1974-1986. Member joint science committee Washington Water Research Center and Washington State University, Pullman, 1975-1986. Consultant Environmental Protection Agency, 1979-1982, University of North Carolina Nuclear Industries, Inc., Richland, Washington, 1985-1986.

    Major achievements

    • Certified fisheries scientist.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.

    Religion

    The life with Christ has nothing to do with being in a "church" atmosphere for all eternity. God’s salvation involves far more. He is planning to make his children productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.

    Views

    Church decisions should be made as openly as possible, giving opportunities for all to contribute. It is important for all views to be heard and taken seriously, especially where Christians disagree.

    Membership

    Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Fisheries Society, American Society Limnology and Oceanography, American Institute Fisheries Biologists (W.F. Thompson award 1969), Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma.

    Personality

    Interests

    Woodworking, fishing, hiking, skiing, cattle ranching.

    Connections

    • Married Angie Hollingsworth, December 26, 1965. Children: Jonathan M., Alyson C.
    • father: Quentin W. Stober
    • mother: Eva (Lesell) Stober
    • spouse: Angie Hollingsworth
    • children: Jonathan M. Stober
    • Alyson C. Stober
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    Born March 25, 1938
    • 1960
      Montana State University
    • 1962
      Montana State University
    • 1968
      Montana State University
    • 1962 - 1965
      Aquatic biologist Federal Water Pollution Control Administration Southeastern Water Laboratory
      Athens, New York, United States
    • 1969 - 1972
      research assistant, professor fishery science Fisheries Research Institute University Washington
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1986
      regional fisheries scientist, in bioaccumulative contaminants United States Environmental Protection Agency
      Athens, New York, United States