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Gordon Humphrey Bell, American corporation executive. Recipient outstanding achievement award public service South Dakot School Mines, 1965. Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945.

Background

Bell, Gordon Humphrey was born on September 25, 1920 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Harold Ingersoll and Ellen Morrell (Foster) Bell.

Education

Student Iowa State University, 1939-1942, American U., 1969.

Career

Sales John Morell & Company, Sioux Falls, South Dakot, 1950-1953. Vice president Foster-Bell Company, Sioux Falls, 1953-1966. Assistant director for private cooperation United States Information Agency, 1967-1968, chief cultural affairs div.

International Correspondence Schools, 1968-1969, public affairs officer, Sydney, Australia, 1969-1971. Vice president, general manager Aspen (Colorado) Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1972. President 1st Colorado Corporation, Aspen, 1972-1976.

Director Raven Industries, Inc., Sioux Falls. President Zoological Society Sioux Falls, 1958-1966. Board of directors Sioux Valley Hospital, 1953-1964, vice president, 1960, president, 1961.

Membership

Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945.

Connections

Married Theodora M. Clarke, June 26, 1944. Children: Ellen, Laramie, Allyson, Gordon C. Divisional head for government.

father:
Harold Ingersoll Bell

mother:
Ellen Morrell (Foster) Bell

spouse:
Theodora M. Clarke

child:
Ellen Bell

child:
Laramie Bell

child:
Allyson Bell

child:
Gordon C. Divisional head for govt Bell