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government bureau executive

Frank Everett Ellis was American government bureau executive. Recipient: National Institute Public Affairs Career Education Award, Ford Foundation 1964-1965.

Background

Ellis, Frank Everett was born on May 25, 1928 in Bridgeport, Nebraska, United States. Son of Harold E. and Nina Mae (Cochran) Ellis.

Education

Bachelor in Agricultural Economics, University Nebraska, 1955. Master of Arts in Agricultural Economics, University Nebraska, 1957. Postgraduate in public administration, Harvard University, 1965.

Career

Economist, Bureau Reclamation, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1957-1959;chief, economics branch, Bureau Reclamation, Grand Island, Nebraska, 1960-1962;economist, regional office, Bureau Reclamation, Denver, 1962-1963;chief, contracts & repayment branch, Bureau Reclamation, Billings, Montana, 1965-1967;chief, contracts & repayment branch, Bureau Reclamation, 1972-1984;chief, contracts & repayment branch, Bureau Reclamation, 1987-1989;staff specialist, Bureau Reclamation, Washington, 1967-1969;assistant chief, division water and land, Bureau Reclamation, 1984-1987;retired, Bureau Reclamation, 1989.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: arts, crafts, wine making.

Connections

Married Betty A. Grove, July 3, 1953. Children: John, Ronald, Nancy, David.

father:
Harold E. Ellis

mother:
Nina Mae (Cochran) Ellis

spouse:
Betty A. Grove

children:
John Ellis

Ronald Ellis

Nancy Ellis

David Ellis