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James Louis Klemm, American information scientist. National Science Foundation grant, 1971-1972. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi.


Klemm, James Louis was born on October 30, 1939 in South Bend, Indiana, United States. Son of Paul Otto and Margaret Grace (Taylor) Klemm.


Bachelor of Science, University Chicago, 1961. Master of Science, Purdue University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, 1970.


Graduate assistant, mathematics Purdue University, 1961—1965. Assistant professor mathematics Indiana University Pennsylvania, 1965—1967. Graduate assistant Michigan State University, 1967—1970.

Assistant professor engineering analysis University Cincinnati, 1970—1977. Senior publications specialist NCR Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, 1977—1980, system analyst, 1980—1981, senior principal system analyst, 0818—1983, consultant analyst, 1983—1986, Orlando, Florida, since 1986.


Since righteousness is demanded of God, one needs to know how to receive it. It is received through faith. It is having faith in God.


There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.


The family is the basic human community through which persons are nurtured and sustained in mutual love, responsibility, respect, and fidelity.


Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi.


Married Barbara Elaine Whitten, June 3, 1965 (divorced 1976). Children: Paul Andrew, Sarah Ruth. Married Martha Ruth Ritchie, August 1, 1981.

Paul Otto Klemm

Margaret Grace (Taylor) Klemm

Barbara Elaine Whitten

Martha Ruth Ritchie

Paul Andrew Klemm

Sarah Ruth Klemm