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Company official , Neurosurgeon

Byron Cone Pevehouse, American Neurosurgeon, company official. Diplomate American Board Neurosurgery. National Science Foundation fellow Montreal (Petroquest Energy, Canada) Neurological Institute, 1958-1959, Special Postdoctoral fellow in neurology and neurophysiology United States Public Health Service, Institute Neurology, Queen Square, London, 1959-1960.

Background

Pevehouse, Byron Cone was born on April 5, 1927 in Lubbock, Texas, United States. Son of William Monrow and Myrtle Elizabeth (Cone) Pevehouse.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Baylor University, 1948; Doctor of Medicine, Baylor College Medical, 1952; Master of Science, McGill University, 1960.

Career

Intern, Colorado General Hospital, Denver, 1952-1953; resident in general surgery, U. Oregon and V.A. Hospitals, Portland, 1953-1954; resident in neurological surgery, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, 1954-1958; professor neurosurgery, University of California, San Francisco, since 1960; practice medicine specializing in neurosurgery, San Francisco, since 1960; president, Pevehouse Development Company, Lubbock, Texas, since 1972.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Neurosurgery.

Membership

Trustee Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, 1983-1990. Member American Association Neurological Surgeons (president 1983-1984), The Society Neurological Surgeons (president 1987-1988), Neurosurgical Associations Medical Group (president), Olympic Club.

Connections

Married Maxine E. Smith, June 16, 1951 (deceased July 1978). Children: Deann Pevehouse Freitag, Carol Pevehouse Palato, Lesa Pevehouse Howell. Married Lucille Seguin, January 30, 1981.

father:
William Monrow Pevehouse

mother:
Myrtle Elizabeth (Cone) Pevehouse

spouse:
Maxine E. Smith

spouse:
Lucille Seguin

child:
Deann Pevehouse Freitag Pevehouse

child:
Carol Pevehouse Palato Pevehouse

child:
Lesa Pevehouse Howell Pevehouse