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Government official , Lawyer

Clarence KELLEY, American former government official. Medal for Outstanding Job Service 1970; Award 1979. Presidential Advisory Committee 1971, National Advisory Commission, on Criminal Justice, Standards and Goals, Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Review Committee 1972-1973, National Advisory Council, National Advisory Board Salvation Army; United States Supreme Court Practice since 1977.

Background

Kelley, Clarence Marion was born on October 24, 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of Clarence Bond and Minnie (Brown) Kelley.

Education

Bachelor, Kansas University, 1936. Juris Doctor, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1940.

Career

Director FBI 1973-1978. Executive Committee Institute Association of Chiefs of Police. Chairman Clarence M. Kelley & Associations.

Honorary Doctor of Laws (Baker University, Kansas, CulverStockton College, Missouri, Southeastern University, Washington, D.C.). Honorary Dr.rer.Pol. (Westminster College, Fulton Missouri). J. Edgar Hoover.

Achievements

  • Bar: Missouri 1940, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1977.

Membership

Life board directors Salvation Army. Life elder Country Christian Church. Horse racing commissioner State of Missouri Lieutenant (J.g.) United States Navy, 1944-1946.

Member International Association Chiefs of Police (life), Missouri Peace Officers Association (life), Metropolitan Chiefs and Sheriffs Association (life), Rotary of Kansas City (life).

Connections

Married Ruby Pickett, 1940 (deceased 1975). Children: Mary Kelley Dobbins, Kent Clarence. Married Shirley Ann Dyckes, October 3, 1976.

father:
Clarence Bond Kelley

mother:
Minnie (Brown) Kelley

spouse:
Ruby Pickett

spouse:
Shirley Ann Dyckes

child:
Mary Kelley Dobbins Kelley

child:
Kent Clarence Kelley