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Charles Arthur Mockmore

civil engineer

Charles Arthur Mockmore, American civil engineer.


Mockmore, Charles Arthur was born on November 7, 1891 in Platte Center, Nebraska, United States. Son of of George Washington and Della (Proctor) M.


B. Engineering, State University of Iowa, 1920, C.E., 1926. Master of Science, State University of Iowa, 1932, Doctor of Philosophy., 1935.


Assistant superintendent of grounds and buildings, University of Iowa, 1920-1921. Instructor in сivil engineering, Oregon State College, 1921-1931, associate professor, 1932-1934, professor and head of department сivil engineering since 1934. Research associate, University of Iowa, 1931-1932.


  • Author: Hydraulic Machinery, Estimating and Cost Analyses, 1935. Contributor to professional journals.


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Served in the United States Army, 1918. Member City Council, Corvallis, Oregon, 1935-1940. Member Oregon State Board of Engineering Examiners.

Won Big Ten medal, University of Iowa, in dual field of scholarship and athletics, 1920. Member American Society Civil Engineers, American Society for Engineering Education, American Legion, Theta Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi. Mason.; Club: Triad (Oregon State College), Town.


Married Adriana Mary Margaret Corso, June 1, 1921 (died December 20, 1942).; married second, Buena Margason-Maris, June 27, 1946, step daughter, Marjorie Maris-Peterson. Children: Charlotte A. Spring, Regina Theresa.

Adriana Mary Margaret Corso

Buena Margason-Maris

Charlotte A. Spring Mockmore

Regina Theresa Mockmore