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Clifford Winslow Seibel, American corporate executive. Recipient Department Interior award, 1954; Silver Beaver (Boy Scouts); Career Service Award, National Civil Service League, 1956; citation U. Kansas and Alumni Association, 1959.


Seibel, Clifford Winslow was born on November 10, 1890 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of Doctor Richard M. and Lida (Kittle) Seibel.


Bachelor of Science, University of Kansas, 1913, Master of Science, 1915. Doctor of Science, Texas Technology, 1937.


September 20, 1951); children—Richard M. II, Margaret Dorothea. Married Mistress Thelma P. Pallette, November 29, 1952. Instructor in chemistry, University of Kansas, 1913-1917.

Chemist, bureau of Mines since 1917. Chief helium engineer Bureau of Mines, Department of Interior. Supervised design and construction and operation 4 helium production plants for World World War II.

In charge all helium field work, Bureau of Mines. Designed helium plants for Army and Navy. Regional director region VI. bureau of Mines, 1949-1952, assistant director, 1954-1959, retired.

Consultant Stearns-Roger Manufacturing Company, after 1959. Department of Interior representative National Academy Science, National Research Council.


Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Chemical Society, Amarillo Boy Scout Council (past president), Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Xi. Lodges:; Clubs: Cosmos (Washington, District of Columbia).


Married Ruth Bowdie, December 22, 1915 (deceased.; married Mistress; children: Richard M. II, Margaret Dorothea.

Doctor Richard M. Seibel

Lida (Kittle) Seibel

Ruth Bowdie


Richard M. II Seibel

Margaret Dorothea Seibel