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Computer programmer

Peter Mason Wilson, American computer programmer. National Urban League fellow, 1969, Atomic Energy Commission fellow, 1972; recipient Howard County Board of Education commendation, 1993. Active vestry Holy Comforter, Vienna, Virginia, 1985-1989, demographics committee St. John's Church, Ellicott City, 1992-1993. Member AERA (session chair), Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (presenter), Mathematics Association American (presenter), Theta Chi.

Background

Wilson, Peter Mason was born on March 14, 1934 in New York City. Son of Kenneth Mason and Priscilla (Nickerson) Wilson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1960. Master of Science, Florida State University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Florida State University, 1975.

Career

Assistant professor, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical U., Tallahassee, 1966-1977; system analyst, U. Florida, Tallahassee, 1977-1979; instrumental designer, Control Data Corporation, Rockville, Maryland., 1979-1985; instrumental designer, Booze, Allen & Hamilton, Rockville, 1985-1988; instrumental designer, Pace Enterprises, Falls Church, Maryland., 1989-1991; senior technical trainer, Arbitron, Laurel, Maryland., 1991-1994; project manager, instrumental designer, Bell Atlantic, Baltimore, since 1994. Chair computer usage in public schools Fairfax (Virginia) Board of Education, 1985-1988. Consultant evaluation special education Howard County Board of Education, Ellicott City, Maryland., 1991-1993.

Membership

Active vestry Holy Comforter, Vienna, Virginia, 1985-1989, demographics committee St. John's Church, Ellicott City, 1992-1993. Member AERA (session chair), Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (presenter), Mathematics Association American (presenter), Theta Chi.

Connections

Married Lois S., July 13, 1957. Children: Katherine Rose, Kenneth Mason World War II.

father:
Kenneth Mason Wilson

mother:
Priscilla (Nickerson) Wilson

spouse:
Lois S.

children:
Katherine Rose Wilson

Kenneth Mason World War II Wilson