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coast guard officer.

Frederick A. Zeusler, American coast guard officer. Member Naval Institute, National Geography Society, Association Maritime Law, Sigma Xi.

Background

Zeusler, Frederick A. was born on May 20, 1890 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Ernst Carl and Anna (Schaefer) Zeusler.

Education

Graduate, public schools and Polytechnic Institute (Baltimore), United States Coast Guard Academy, 1911.

Career

Graduate Coast Guard Academy, 1911, and advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1945. Sea duty, 26 years; oceanographer in Bering Sea, Arctic and on ice patrols. Lecturer and instructor University of Washington, 3 years.

Executive officer, ballistics and seamanship instructor, Coast Guard Academy, 3 years. Ordnance officer and twice communications officer at C.G. Headquarters. Navigator and executive United States Ship McCulloch, 1917, United States Ship Chattanooga, 1918-1919.

Commander Ketchican District and subsector commander, 1940-1944. Distric.G.O. 13th Naval District, 1944-1946. For physical disability November 1946.

Executive assistant to president Alaska Steamship Company from 1947. Technical advisor Pan American Committee Conference, 1934.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author numerous papers and handbooks pertaining to Alaska and oceanography.

Membership

Member Naval Institute, National Geography Society, Association Maritime Law, Sigma Xi. Clubs: Explorers, Sojourners, Propeller.

Connections

Married Clarice Louise Palmer, August 15, 1916. Children: Clarice Louise (Mistress.

father:
Ernst Carl Zeusler

mother:
Anna (Schaefer) Zeusler

spouse:
Clarice Louise Palmer

child:
Clarice Louise (Mrs Zeusler