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chemist , environmentalist

Jacqueline Adell Murphy, American environmentalist, chemist. President Dugway Women's Club, 1989. Member American Chemical Society.

Background

Murphy, Jacqueline Adell was born on October 2, 1948 in Boykins, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Rufus Roy and Lois (Ricks) Murphy.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Hampton (Virginia) Institute, 1976. Bachelor of Science in Biology, College of William and Mary, 1978.

Career

Analyst, Dow-Badische Company, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1975-1977;senior analyst nuclear division, Union Carbide, Paducah, Kentucky, 1979-1983;chemist, Placers Temps., Wilmington, Delaware, 1985-1986;toxicological technician, DuPont's Stine-Haskell Laboratory, Wilmington, 1986-1987;consultant chemist, Talbot laboratories, Inc., Upland, Pennsylvania, 1987-1988;environmental protection specialist, United States Army Dugway (Utah) Proving Ground, 1989-1992;environmental protection specialist, United States Bureau Reclamation, since 1992.

Views

Contemporary Christian beliefs over centuries became a mixture of the truth and of errors. Therefore, conventional Christian churches lost the authority of God.

Membership

President Dugway Women's Club, 1989. Member American Chemical Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: needlework, choir, cooking.

Connections

Married Scott Haven Bergeson, January 10, 1987.

father:
Rufus Roy Murphy

mother:
Lois (Ricks) Murphy

spouse:
Scott Haven Bergeson