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Federal agency administrator

Ronald Dorance Lindmark was American federal agency administrator. With United States Navy, 1952-1956.

Background

Lindmark, Ronald Dorance was born on May 3, 1933 in Clearwater County, Minnesota, United States. Son of John G. and Aaste L. (Torgerson) Lindmark.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Forestry, University of Minnesota, 1961;Master of Science, University of Minnesota, 1963;Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Economics, Ohio State University, 1971.

Career

Forestry aide, Northern Pacific Runway, Seattle, 1959-1960;research assistant, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, 1961-1963;scientist, Control State Forest Experiment Station, Columbus, Ohio., 1963-1966;scientist, Northern Control Forest Experiment Station, Duluth, Minnesota, 1966-1969;scientist, project leader, Northern Control Forest Experiment Station, Carbondale, Illinois, 1969-1974;assistant director, Intermountain Forest Experiment Station, Ogden, Utah., 1974-1977;staff assistant, deputy chief, Forest Svc. Research, Washington, 1977-1981;director, Forest Environmental Research, Washington, 1982-1987;director, Northern Control Forest Experiment Station, St. Paul, 1987-1993;retired, 1993. Legislation fellow to Congressman from Ohio, 1981.

Membership

With United States Navy, 1952-1956.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, photography, outdoor recreation, woodcraft.

Connections

Married Lynette C. Larson, December 16, 1961. Children: Eric Karl, Kirstin Sigrid.

father:
John G. Lindmark

mother:
Aaste L. (Torgerson) Lindmark

spouse:
Lynette C. Larson

children:
Eric Karl Lindmark

Kirstin Sigrid Lindmark