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Hart Tiller Mankin, American federal judge. Bar: Texas 1960, District of Columbia 1971, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1968. Recipient special achievement award General Services Administration, 1970, Distinguished Public Service award Department Navy, 1973.


Mankin, Hart Tiller was born on December 26, 1933 in Cleveland. Son of Howard Edmonn and Fantine (Tiller) Mankin.


Student, Northwestern University, 1952. Bachelor, University South, 1954. Certified education for ministry, University South, 1982.

Juris Doctor, University Houston, 1960.


Private practice, Houston, 1960-1967;counsel, assistant to president, Triumph Industries, Houston, 1967-1969;general counsel, General Services Administration, Washington, 1969-1971;general counsel, Department Navy, Washington, 1971-1973;administrative conference of the United States, United States, 1970-1971;vice president, general counsel, Columbia Gas System, Wilmington, Delaware, 1973-1989;associate judge, United States Court Veterans Appeals, 1990-1996. Board directors Delaware Trust Company, 1978-1989. Adjunct Professor School Law Widener U., 1989-1990.


Board directors Widener University Law School, Delaware Humanities Council, chairman, 1980-1982, American Center for Enterprise Education, Inc., chairman 1985-1989. With United States Air Force, 1954-1957. Member American Bar Association, State Bar Texas, District of Columbia Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, Maritime Law Association, United States, Delaware State Chamber of C. (chairman 1981-1983), Federal American Inn of Court (master), Army and Navy Club, United States Croquet Association.


Married Ruth A. Larson, August 14, 1954. Children: Margaret, Theodore, Susan.