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Earle James Fennell

civil engineer , association executive

Earle James Fennell, American civil engineer, association executive. Recipient Distinguished Service award unites states department Interior, 1965.

Background

Fennell, Earle James was born on December 8, 1905 in Velva, North Dakota, United States. Son of James and Oleanna (Finstad) Fennell.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University North Dakota, 1933.

Career

1 daughter, Susan Earle (Mistress Richard K. Bambach). With United States Geological Survey, 1925-1967, associate chief topographic engineer, Washington, 1960-1967. Executive director American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Washington, 1968-1971.

Editor ACSM Bulletin, 1971-1972.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Member American Society of Civil Engineers (chairman of the executive committee surveying and mapping div. 1960-1961), American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (president 1966-1967, chairman delegation to permanent committee meeting Yugoslavia 1966), Association American Geographers, American Society Photogrammetry, Explorers.

Connections

Married Helen Ann Holm, February 11, 1931.

father:
James Fennell

mother:
Oleanna (Finstad) Fennell

spouse:
Helen Ann Holm