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educator , physicist , priest

Raymond Orville Foster, American physicist, educator, priest. Achievements include research on dialogue between religion and natural sciences. Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Association Physics Teachers, Catholic Association Scientists and Engineers, Naval Reserve Association, American Legion, United States Navy League.

Background

Foster, Raymond Orville was born on December 30, 1946 in Hammond, Indiana, United States. Son of Raymond Orville and Dorothy Ann (Schilling) Foster.

Education

Bachelor, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1969. Master of Arts, Washington Theological Union, 1978. Master of Arts in Education, Ball State University, 1995.

Career

Teacher chemistry and physics Carmel High School, Mundelein, Illinois, 1974-1984, Mount Carmel High School, Chicago, 1987-1988, Joliet (Illinois) Catholic High School, 1988-1990, Joliet Catholic Academy, since 1990. Regimental chaplain 3rd Marine Division, Okinawa, Japan, 1984-1985. Assistant command chaplain Naval Air Station Memphis, Millington, Tennessee, 1985-1987.

Prior (superior) St. Elias Carmelites, Joliet, 1995-1999. Board directors Carmel High School, Mundelein, Illinois, 1998-2000. Chaplain United States Naval Reserve, 1972-1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on dialogue between religion and natural sciences.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Association Physics Teachers, Catholic Association Scientists and Engineers, Naval Reserve Association, American Legion, United States Navy League.

Connections

father:
Raymond Orville Foster

mother:
Dorothy Ann (Schilling) Foster