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Adrian Raphael Marron Edit Profile

naval officer.

Adrian Raphael Marron, American naval officer. Awarded Mexican Service medal, World War I Victory medal, American Defense Service medal, American Theatre Campaign medal, World World War II Victory medal, Legion of Merit with gold star. member Settlement Review Board, bureau of Ships.

Background

Marron, Adrian Raphael was born on December 30, 1892 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of John Joseph and Mary Ann (Crowley) Marron.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1914. Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology.

Career

Duty afloat, 1915-1916. Station Charleston Navy Yard, 1917-1919, Navy Yards at New York, Puget Sound, Cavite, Norfolk and Mare Is., 1920-1938. Station Bureau Ships and Navy Yards, Boston, 1938-1946.

Senior member Settlement Review Board, bureau of Ships. Retired as commodore United States Navy, 1947.

Membership

Member Settlement Review Board, bureau of Ships. Clubs: Army-Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married Katharine M. Ficken, September 22, 1919. Children: Mary Louisa (Mistress.

father:
John Joseph Marron

mother:
Mary Ann (Crowley) Marron

spouse:
Katharine M. Ficken

child:
Mary Louisa (Mrs Marron