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John Phillip Hedgecock

government agency official , chemical engineer

John Phillip Hedgecock, American chemical engineer, government agency official. Recipient Exemplary Civilian Service award United States Army, 1972; Commendable Service award Food and Drug Administration, 1981. Registered professional engineer, Arkansas, Texas; licensed private pilot.

Background

Hedgecock, John Phillip was born on November 6, 1933 in North Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. Son of Charles Arthur and Bessie Louise (Stevens) Hedgecock.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University Arkansas, 1960.

Career

Chemical engineer Stauffer Chemical Company, Houston, 1960-1964. Chemical engineer Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Arsenal, 1965-1972. Chemical engineer National Center Toxicological Research, Jefferson, Arkansas, since 1972.

Works

  • Contributor articles to sports magazines.

Membership

Served with United States Navy, 1953-1955. Member United States Judo Association (life). Club: River City Rugby (president 1978-1979), Twin City Rugby (president 1980).

Connections

Married Ila Trene Kelley, January 24, 1959. Children– Kelley Leigh, John Keith, Cathryn Anne, Eric Andrew.

father:
Charles Arthur Hedgecock

mother:
Bessie Louise (Stevens) Hedgecock

spouse:
Ila Trene Kelley

children:
Kelley Leigh Hedgecock

John Keith Hedgecock

Cathryn Anne Hedgecock

Eric Andrew Hedgecock