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Gerald Ralph Roehrig, American Chemist. Registered environmental professional; certified quality auditor. Care minister Triumph Church, Nederland, Texas, 1989-1990; covenant leader Faithworld Church, Carrollton, 1990-1991. Fellow American Institute Chemists; member American Chemical Society, American Society Quality Control, American Association Lab Accreditation, Society Texas Environmental Professionals.

Background

Roehrig, Gerald Ralph was born on November 2, 1941 in Aurora, Illinois, United States. Son of Ralph G. and Irma J. (Sierke) Roehrig.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Aurora College, 1963; Master of Science in Chemistry, U. Kentucky, 1965; Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, Indiana U., 1970.

Career

From instructor to professor of chemistry, department and division chairman, Aurora College, 1965-1979; assistant then associate professor, Oral Roberts U., Tulsa, 1979-1985; chief chemist, Calabrian Chemicals, Groves, Texas, 1987-1989; director science and technical, Itex Enterprises, Dallas, 1989-1991; manager Dallas Laboratory, Scientech, Inc., Dallas, 1992-1993; technical specialist, Edgerton, Germeshauser, and Greer Superconducting Super Collider, Waxahachie, Texas, 1993-1995; president, Roehrig and Associations, Inc., since 1993. Advisor Faithwood School Ministry, Carrollton, Texas, 1990-1991.

Achievements

  • Registered environmental professional. Certified quality auditor.

Membership

Care minister Triumph Church, Nederland, Texas, 1989-1990. Covenant leader Faithworld Church, Carrollton, 1990-1991. Fellow American Institute Chemists.

Member American Chemical Society, American Society Quality Control, American Association Lab Accreditation, Society Texas Environmental Professionals.

Connections

Married Leota Frances Muelder, August 17, 1963. Children: Christina, Carrie, Reneé.

father:
Ralph G. Roehrig

mother:
Irma J. (Sierke) Roehrig

spouse:
Leota Frances Muelder

children:
Christina Roehrig

Carrie Roehrig

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