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educator , consultant , writer

Richard Anthony Parque, American writer, educator, consultant. Certified life state teaching credential California. Recipient National Aeronautics and Space Administration Science Teaching award, 1966, numerous athletic awards.


Parque, Richard Anthony was born on August 10, 1935 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Joe and Helen Margaret (Muto) Parque.


Bachelor, California State University, Los Angeles, 1958. Master of Arts, California State University, Los Angeles, 1966. Postgraduate, University Redlands, 1966.


Teacher Yucaipa (California) High School, 1961—1966. Science education advisory California State University Systems, 1966—1968. Professional development administrator McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company, 1968—1971.

Principal Parque Consultant Associates, 1971—1977, since 1979. Corporation director education and training Ralph M. Parsons Company, 1977—1978. Adjunct faculty California State University, San Diego, 1966—1968, University California, Irvine, 1972—1973, California State University, 1980, University of California at Los Angeles, 1982.

With United States Marine Corps, 1958-1961.


  • Certified life state teaching credential California.


  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Sweet Vietnam, 1984, Hellbound, 1985, Firefight, 1986, Flight of the Phantom, 1987, A Distant Thunder, 1989.


Member of International Trumpet Guild, Consultant Network, National Audubon Society, California Teachers Association, National Science Teachers Association, National Management Association, Organizational Development Network, Authors Guild. Academy American Poets, American Society Training and Development.


Married Vo Thi Lan, May 1, 1975. Children: Kenneth, Phat, James.

Joe Parque

Helen Margaret (Muto) Parque

Vo Thi Lan

Kenneth Parque

Phat Parque

James Parque