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Charles Howe Eller, American physician. Diplomate American Board Preventive Medicine and Public Health. Fellow American Public Health Association (governor 1962-1965 67-70, executive board 1970-1973), American College Preventative Medicine; member American, Missouri medical associations, St. Louis County Medical Society (past president), Missouri Public Health Association (past president).

Background

Eller, Charles Howe was born on June 5, 1904 in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. Son of Charles Asbury and Alice Belle (Howe) Eller.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Stanford University, 1927;Doctor of Medicine, University Colorado, 1930;Doctor of Public Health, Doctor of Public Hygiene, John Hopkins University, 1934.

Career

Health officer, Valencia and Bernalillo countries, New Mexico, 1931-1934. Health officer Charlottesville, Virginia, 1934-1935. Associate professor preventive medicine University Virginia Medical School, 1934-1935.

Assistant director, later director rural health Virginia Health Department, 1935-1937. Director Eastern health district, Baltimore, 1937-1946. Associate professor public health administration Johns Hopkins School Hygiene, 1937-1946.

Director health Richmond, Virginia, 1946-1949, Louisville, also Jefferson County, Kentucky, 1949-1955. Associate professor preventive medicine Medical College Virginia, 1946-1949. Professor, chairman department community health University Louisville, 1949-1959.

Commissioner health St. Louis County, Missouri, 1959-1973. Professor public health Washington University School Medicine, 1959-1975. Retired, 1975

Board directors Louisville Rehabilitation Center.

Consultant National Institutes of Health, 1951-1955, 57-59. Executive director Health Delivery Systems, Inc., St. Louis, from 1973-1975. Special consultant commission Research Associates, New York City, from 1955.

Former associate area medical director United Mine Workers's Welfare and Retirement Fund. Consultant preventive medicine, Fort Knox, 1958. Member task force National Commission Community Health Services, 1963.

Member Missouri Advisory Council for Comprehensive Health Planning, from 1968.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Preventive Medicine and Public Health.

Membership

Fellow American Public Health Association (governor 1962-1965 67-70, executive board 1970-1973), American College Preventative Medicine. Member American, Missouri medical associations, St. Louis County Medical Society (past president), Missouri Public Health Association (past president).

Connections

Married Jacqueline Marie Rousseau, December 1933 (deceased February 1982). Children: Patricia Ann, Mary Jacqueline. Married Jeannette Hoffman, November 26, 1983.

father:
Charles Asbury Eller

mother:
Alice Belle (Howe) Eller

spouse:
Jacqueline Marie Rousseau

spouse:
Jeannette Hoffman

child:
Patricia Ann Eller

child:
Mary Jacqueline Eller