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Jeseph William Ludewig

educator , naval officer

Jeseph William Ludewig was American naval officer, educator. Awarded Legion of Merit combat order, (twice), Bronze Star (combat), Pacific and World World War II campaign medals, Nicaraguan campaign medal.

Background

Ludewig, Jeseph William was born on June 2, 1904 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Joseph Gottlieb and Louise (Zimmerman) Ludewig.

Education

Student, United States Naval Postgrad.

Career

Ensign United States Navy, 1925, and advanced through grades to rear adm.

Membership

Member Minerva Lorraine Damon, May 12, 1928. Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1925, and advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1947. Member of the United States Naval Institute, American Society Engineering Education, American Society Metals, Military Order World Wars, Phi Kappa Phi.

Clubs: Army-Navy Country (Washington), Butler Country, University (Pittsburgh).

Connections

father:
Joseph Gottlieb Ludewig

mother:
Louise (Zimmerman) Ludewig