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Lawyer

Richard Jackson, American lawyer. Served as Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve. 1943-1946.; Member American Bar Association, United States (nat. defense committee). Greater Providence (chairman nat. legislation committee) chambers commerce.

Background

Jackson, Richard was born on December 28, 1910 in Medford, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Henry Clinton, Junior and Clara Wild (Goodwin) Jackson.

Education

Graduate Phillips Andover Academy, 1929. Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1933. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1938.

Career

Instructor Latin, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, 1933-1935. Admitted to New York bar, 1938, Mass, bar, 1946, Rhode Island bar, 1963. Associate law firm Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett, New York City, 1938-1943.

Law staff B & M. R.R., Boston, 1946-1957, general counsel, 1954-1957. Assistant secretary personnel and research forces Navy Department, 1957-1961. Vice president, general counsel Fram Corporation, East Providence, 1961-1966.

Vice president law Eric-Lackawanna R.R., Cleveland, 1966-1976.

Membership

Served as Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve. 1943-1946.; Member American Bar Association, United States (nat. defense committee). Greater Providence (chairman nat. legislation committee) chambers commerce.

Connections

Married Helen Pfeiffer, September 16, 1939. Children: Deborah, Faith.

father:
Henry Clinton Jackson

mother:
Clara Wild (Goodwin) Jackson

spouse:
Helen Pfeiffer

children:
Deborah Jackson

Faith Jackson