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army officer

George Corwin Beach, American army officer. Awarded Distinguished Service Medal, World War I. Second vice president United Services Automobile Association. Fellow American College Physicians, American Medical Association; member Association Military Surgeons, Phi Beta Pi; member Texas Internists Society; Club: San Antonio Country.

Background

Beach, George Corwin was born on October 28, 1888 in Topeka, Kansas, United States. Son of George Corwin and Laura (Rosseau) Beach.

Education

Doctor of Medicine Kansas City U. Medical College, 1911. Graduated from Army Medical School, 1917.

Career

Interne University Hospital of Kansas City, 1911-1912. Assistant surgeon Soldiers Home, Hampton, Virginia, 1912-1914. Commissioned First lieutenant, Medical corpus, United States army, 1914.

Promoted through grades to brigadier general, 1943. Assistant surgical general, Army Medical Center, Washington, District of Columbia.

Membership

Fellow American College Physicians, American Medical Association. Member Association Military Surgeons, Phi Beta Pi. Member Texas Internists Society.

Club: San Antonio Country.

Connections

Married Jessie Spencer, November 16, 1914.

father:
George Corwin Beach

mother:
Laura (Rosseau) Beach

spouse:
Jessie Spencer