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army officer

George Anthony Horkan, American army officer. member board commissioner United States Soldiers’ Home. Decoration Distinguished Service Medal.

Background

Horkan, George Anthony was born on July 1, 1894 in Augusta, Georgia, United States. Son of Patrick Daniel and Catherine (Maloney) World War II.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Georgetown University, 1915. Master of Business Administration, Babson Institute, 1925. Graduated from Army Motor Transport, 1921, Army Industrial College, 1932.

Question Manager School, 1938.

Career

Commissioned Second lieutenant, United States Army, 1917, and advanced to major general November 1944. Commandant Question Manager School, commanding general, Camp Lee, Virginia. Director, Memorial Division, Office of quartermaster general, Washington, chief quartermaster European Command, 1948, quartermaster general Army of the United States, 1951-1952, retired Chairman Committee on Blind-Made Products.

Member board commissioner United States Soldiers’ Home. Decoration Distinguished Service Medal.

Membership

Member board commissioner United States Soldiers’ Home. Decoration Distinguished Service Medal. Clubs: Army and Navy, Army and Navy Country (Washington).

Connections

Married Mary Thompson, April. Children: George A., Junior.

father:
Patrick Daniel World War II

mother:
Catherine (Maloney) World War II

spouse:
Mary Thompson

children:
George A. Horkan

Jr Horkan