Edmund Leo DALEY
Edmund Leo DALEY, Lieutenant Colonel, Corps of Engineers, United States Army. Member of American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy and Marine Corpe Country (Virginia).
DALEY, Edmund Leo was born on November 1, 1883 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Son of John and Katherine E. (Martin) Daley.
United States Military Academy., 1906; Engineer School, 1909-1910; Service School, Fort Leavenworth, 1916
Y. First Lieutenant, 1909. Captain, 1914; Major, 1917. Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers, National.
Army, 1917; organisation and commanded 55 Engineers, at Camp Custer, 1918. Colonel of Engineers, National. Army, 1918, commanding Sixth Engineers and Division Engineer, Third Division, 1918-1919.
Professor, United States Military Academy 1920-1922. Executive, Hoover Famine Relief in Russia, 1922. Asst, to Chief of Engineers in charge of Permit Section and River and Harbor Section, since 1926.
Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers, 1929: Delegate, to Permanent Assn, of International Navigation Congresses in Brussels, Belgium. 1930. Awarded: Mexico Border Medal. Victory Medal with four battle clasps.
Distinguished Service Medal. Officier de la Merite Agricole (French). Gold Crown of the Savior (Greek) Silver Star Citation.
Member of American Society of Civil Engineers. Society of American Military Engineers Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy and Marine Corpe Country (Virginia).
Spouse Beatrix O. Koehler, September 11, 1906, West Point, N.