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educator , Exercise physiology

Paul Earl Ward, American Exercise physiology, educator. National Champion United States Masters Olympic Lifting, 1984-1988; World Champion World Masters Olympic Weightlifting, 1988. Professional member football teams Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, 1961-1963. Captain United States Marine Corps, 1958-1961. Member AAHPERD, American College Sports Medicine, United States Track Coaches Association, Association Physical Fitness Centers M C.

Background

Ward, Paul Earl was born on January 30, 1937 in Santa Fe. Son of Albert and Lovera (La Croix) Ward.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Whitworth College, 1958; Master of Science, U. Washington, 1963; D of Physical Education, Indiana U., 1973.

Career

Teacher, Whittier (California) High School, 1963-1964; coach track, physical education, football, California Western U., San Diego, 1965-1965; instructor physical education, assistant coach track, football, Portland (Oregon) State University, 1965-1969; director weight training, head track coach, Portland (Oregon) State University, 1970-1971; coordinator physical education, assistant coach track, University of Wisconsin - Parkside, Kenosha, 1969-1970; assistant track coach, Indiana U., Bloomington, 1971-1973; director education, research and development, Health and Tennis Corporation American, Chicago, 1974-1988; consultant, various companies, 1988-1991; consultant, California Gym Equipment Company, Industry, since 1991. Health & fitness consultant, since 1992.

Membership

Professional member football teams Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, 1961-1963. Captain United States Marine Corps, 1958-1961. Member AAHPERD, American College Sports Medicine, United States Track Coaches Association, Association Physical Fitness Centers M C.

Connections

father:
Albert Ward

mother:
Lovera (La Croix) Ward