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Government official , consultant , association executive

Roger Charles Ernst, American former government official, natural resources consultant, association executive. Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Member Association American Indian Affairs (board directors 1961-1975, president 1968-1973), Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Background

Ernst, Roger Charles was born in 1914. Son of Alexander Frederick and Elizabeth Jackson (Rogers) Ernst.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Commerce, University Denver, 1937.

Career

Investment counselor, 1937-1939. Technical report writer R.J. Tipton, Denver, 1940-1942. Executive secretary Frying-Pan-Arkansas Project, Pueblo, Colorado, 1947-1950.

Assistant to general manager Salt River Project, Phoenix, 1950-1952. Manager Wellton-Mohawk Irrigation Dist, Wellton, Arizona, 1952-1953. Land commissioner Arizona Phoenix, 1953-1957.

Assistant secretary interior Washington, 1957-1960. Consultant Arizona Public Service Company, Phoenix, 1961-1989. Member Alaska Rail and Highway Commission, 1957-1960, National Water Commission, 1969-1973.

Member board Central Arizona Water Conservation District, 1971-1984, president, 1971-1977.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Member Association American Indian Affairs (board directors 1961-1975, president 1968-1973), Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Connections

Married Mary Louise Young, April 4, 1942. Children– Michael, Judith, Jeanne.

father:
Alexander Frederick Ernst

mother:
Elizabeth Jackson (Rogers) Ernst

spouse:
Mary Louise Young

children:
Michael Ernst

Judith Ernst

Jeanne Ernst