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judge , army officer

Frederick Marshall Warren, American former army officer, judge. Bar: Kentucky bar 1935. Decorated Combat Infantryman's badge, Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, Bronze Star, Army Commendation medal United States; Criox de Guerre France, Belgium).

Background

Warren, Frederick Marshall was born on August 23, 1903 in Newport, Kentucky, United States. Son of William Ulysses and Katherine (Lampe) Warren.

Education

AB, Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws, honorary Doctor of Laws, University Cincinnati. Lalbhai Dalpatbhai, Northern Kentucky University.

Career

Various positions with lumber and millwork companies, 1926-1932. Police judge Southgate, Kentucky, 1932-1935. City attorney, 1935-1940.

City solicitor Newport, 1950-1952. County judge Campbell County, 1954-1958. Consultant to under secretary army, 1958.

Special assistant to assistant secretary army for manpower personnel and research forces, 1959. Recalled to active duty as major general United States Army, 1959. Chief (United States Army Reserve and Reserve Officers Training Corps Affairs), 1959-1963.

Circuit judge (17th Judicial District Kentucky), 1963-1977. Field representative Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Kentucky, 1949. Member United States Army General Staff committee National Guard and army research policy, 1953-1956.

Member research forces policy board Department Defense, 1958-1959.

Achievements

  • Bar: Kentucky bar 1935.

Membership

Served to colonel Army of the United States., World World War World War II. Member American Bar Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Campbell County Bar Association (past president), American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, DAV, Association United States Army, Reserve Officers Association (past national vice president), Military Order World Wars. Clubs: Mason, Elk.

Connections

Married Peggy Beaton, February 20, 1926. 1 son, Frederick Marshall.

father:
William Ulysses Warren

mother:
Katherine (Lampe) Warren

spouse:
Peggy Beaton