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Hulon Otis Warlick

government official

Hulon Otis Warlick, American government official. Recipient commendation ribbon for organization and operation of Army Engineers Depots United States.

Background

Warlick, Hulon Otis was born on January 18, 1903 in Humboldt, Tennessee, United States. Son of Hulon Otis and Chessie Mae (Dunlap) Warlick.

Education

Bachelor of Science in C.E., University of Tennessee, 1926. Bachelor of Laws, University of Memphis, 1941.

Career

Admitted Tennessee bar, 1941. Civil engineer on flood control, Memphis, Tennessee, Mississippi River Commission and United States Engineer department, 1926-1940. Instructor in contracts and specifications, University of Tennessee Extension School, 1939-1940.

Director shipping and storage branch, Production and Marketing Administration, unites states department of Agriculture, Washington, 1945-1949, chief processing plants staff Office of Administrator, 1949-1953. Chief materials division Agricultural Research Organization, Incorporated, since 1955. Consultant Hoover Commission, 1954-1955.

Eastern representative for Encinal Terminals of California, 1954-1955.

Membership

Served captain to colonel War Department general staff, office chief of engrs. and headquarters Army Service Forces, 1941-1945. Member National Society Professional Engineers, Society American Military Engineers, American Ordnance Association, American Legion, U. Tennessee Alumni Association (director) 1961-1963), Coffee County Bar Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married Frances Smith, June 15, 1930. Children: Hulon, Katharine (Mistress W. R. Martin), Frances (Mistress J. P. Leake), Annual.

father:
Hulon Otis Warlick

mother:
Chessie Mae (Dunlap) Warlick

spouse:
Frances Smith

children:
Hulon Warlick

Katharine Warlick (Mistress W. R. Martin)

Frances Warlick (Mistress J. P. Leake)

Ann Warlick