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Navy officer

Harold Alexander Houser, American navy officer. Decorated Bronze Star medal (Navy), Fleet Clasp with star, 2d Nicaraguan Campaign medal, American Defense Service medal, American Campaign medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign medal, Victory medal.

Background

Houser, Harold Alexander was born on March 31, 1897 in Fort Valley, Georgia, United States. Son of Emmett and Mary (Mathews) Houser.

Education

Student Marion Institute, 1916-1917. Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, 1921. Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1931.

Career

Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1921 and advanced through ranks to brigadier general, 1950. Governor American Samoa, 1945-1947. Commander Naval Base, Key West, Florida, 1947, commander South Pacific, director Office Legislative Liaison, Department Defense 1949-1955.

Membership

Clubs: Officers (Bethesda, Maryland.).

Connections

Married Vera Allen, August 2, 1924. Children: Noradee (Mistress C. J. Haak), Bradford Carr, David Allen.

father:
Emmett Houser

mother:
Mary (Mathews) Houser

spouse:
Vera Allen

children:
Noradee Houser (Mistress C. J. Haak)

Bradford Carr Houser

David Allen Houser