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Fred Hans Bamberger

educator , government official , lawyer

Fred Hans Bamberger, American government official, lawyer, educator. Bar: Germany, 1924, County Court Neustadt. With Germany Navy, 1917-1919; with United States Army, 1942-1943. Member American Translators Association, Society Federal Linguists (vice president), Gideons International.

Background

Bamberger, Fred Hans was born on June 23, 1898 in Neustadt, Rheinpfalz, Germany. Came to the United States 1936. Son of Adolf and Pauline (Goldenberg) Bamberger.

Education

Master of Laws, Juris Utriusque Doctor, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1924. Master of Arts, Middlebury College, 1955.

Career

Private practice, Germany, 1925-1933. Production planner American Optical Company, Buffalo, 1943-1946. High school teacher New York Center School, Eden, 1946-1948.

Professor, department head Ohio Northern University, Ada, 1948-1951. Foreign patent analyst United States Patent Office, Washington, 1951-1970. Freelance translator, 1951-1982.

Achievements

  • Bar: Germany, 1924, County Court Neustadt.

Religion

Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.

Views

Church members should be close and caring to feel each other's pains and problems. The good of the whole body of the Christian society should be put before individual needs.

Membership

With Germany Navy, 1917-1919. With United States Army, 1942-1943. Member American Translators Association, Society Federal Linguists (vice president), Gideons International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, gymnastics, swimming.

Connections

Married Mary Frances Hotchkiss, October 10, 1942.

father:
Adolf Bamberger

mother:
Pauline (Goldenberg) Bamberger

spouse:
Mary Frances Hotchkiss

Politics

The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.