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Archie David Parker

state official

Archie David Parker, American state official. Recipient Northeast Louisiana Alumni Association President's Service award, 1969; named Optimist of Year, Greater Monroe chapter, 1970; named to the Military Order of the World Wars Louisiana Archeological Society Member DAV. Served to lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1945-1948, 53-58.; Mason (Shriner). Optimist (state building chairman 1972, president Tigertown chapter 1973).

Background

Parker, Archie David was born on August 23, 1929 in West Monroe, Louisiana, United States. Son of Archie David and Ethel (Crowell) Parker.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Northeast Louisiana University, 1956, Master of Arts, 1969. Student University Arkansas, 1951-1953. Certificate social work Louisiana State University, 1959, Master of Social Work, 1974, Doctor of Philosophy Oxford University, 1984-1985.

Career

Probation officer, Monroe, Louisiana, 1959-1962. District supervisor probation Monroe district State of Louisiana, 1962-1970, correctional institution superintendent, Baker, Louisiana, 1970-1975. Assistant director for adult corrections Louisiana Department Corrections, 1975-1976, assistant secretary corrections, 1976-1982, assistant professor school social work Louisiana State University, 1982-1984, private practice social work, since 1986, president Parker-Bergeron Distributing Company, Monroe, 1963-1966.

Northeast Louisiana University director Students for Morrison, Barnham for Governor, 1955.

Membership

Served to lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1945-1948, 53-58. Mason (Shriner). Optimist (state building chairman 1972, president Tigertown chapter 1973).

Connections

Married Gene Clair Rife. Children– Daniel, Mark, Barbara.

father:
Archie David Parker

mother:
Ethel (Crowell) Parker

spouse:
Gene Clair Rife

children:
Daniel Parker

Mark Parker

Barbara Parker