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naval officer , investment consultant

Marcel Berthier Humber, American Former naval officer, investment consultant. Decorated Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster. Member Sigma Phi Epsilon.


Humber, Marcel Berthier was born on November 21, 1930 in Paris.


Bachelor of Science, Wake Forest University, 1951. Student, French Naval War College, Paris, 1967. Master of Business Administration in Finance, George Washington University, 1978.

Doctor of Philosophy in Finance, George Washington University, 1988.


Enlisted, United States Navy, 1952; commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1953; advanced through grades to captain, United States Navy, 1972; served as airborne intercept officer, United States Navy, 1953-1956; aide to Fleet Admiral C.W. Nimitz, United States Navy, 1961-1963; senior naval advisor Vietnamese National Defense College, United States Navy, 1968-1969; commanding officer United States Ship R.E. Kraus, United States Navy, 1969-1970; commanding officer United States Ship Columbus, United States Navy, 1972-1973; chief special operations division Joint Chiefs of Staff, United States Navy, 1973-1975; retired, United States Navy, 1975; investment consultant, Falls Church, Virginia, since 1975. Lecturer business administration George Washington University, since 1983.


Member Sigma Phi Epsilon. Clubs: Army-Navy.


Son of Robert Lee and Lucie (Berthier) H. (parents American citizens). Married Ann Kimrey, June 20, 1953. Children: Robert Lee II, Eileen Genevieve, Stephen Andrew, Carolyn Alexandra.

Robert Lee American

Lucie (Berthier) H. (parents American

Ann Kimrey

Eileen Genevieve Humber

Carolyn Alexandra Humber

Robert Lee II Humber

Stephen Andrew Humber