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naval officer , writer

Edward Latimer Beach, American Writer, retired naval officer. Avocations: ship models, plumbing, electricity. M C. Naval aide to the United States President, 1953-1957. Member Cosmos Club (Washington), Metropolitan Club (New York City).

Background

Beach, Edward Latimer was born on April 20, 1918 in New York City. Son of Edward Latimer and Alice (Fouché) Beach.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, United States Naval Academy, 1939. M.Internat. Affairs, George Washington University, 1963. Doctor of Science (honorary), American International University, 1961.

Doctor of Laws (honorary), Bridgeport University, Connecticut, 1963.

Career

Commissioned, United States Navy, 1939;advanced through grades to captain, United States Navy, 1956;retired, United States Navy, 1966;commander during 1st submerged circumnavigation of world, United States Ship Triton, 1960;professor, United States Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1967-1969;secretary, staff director, United States Sen. Republican Policy Committee, Washington, 1969-1977;administrative assistant to Senator Jeremiah Denton, 1980-1981.

Achievements

  • Avocations: ship models, plumbing, electricity. M C.

Works

Membership

Naval aide to the United States President, 1953-1957. Member Cosmos Club (Washington), Metropolitan Club (New York City).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Ship models, plumbing, electricity.

Connections

Son of Edward Latimer and Alice (Fouché) B. M. Ingrid Schenck, June 4, 1944. Children: Inga, Edward A., Hugh S., Ingrid A.

father:
Edward Latimer Beach

mother:
Alice (Fouché) Beach

spouse:
Ingrid Schenck

child:
Inga Beach

child:
Edward A. Beach

child:
Hugh S. Beach

child:
Ingrid A. Beach