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Sherman Uhler Smith, American environmental science professional. Certified environmental professional; regional environmental auditor, California. Decorated Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.


Smith, Sherman Uhler was born on July 15, 1947 in Burlington, Iowa, United States. Son of Sherman Allen and Mary Elizebeth (Uhler) Smith.


Bachelor in General Sciences, Experimental Psychology, Monmouth College, 1972. Master of Science in Environmental Health/Preventive Medicine, University Iowa, 1973. Postgraduate in environmental management, University Iowa, 1974.

Postgraduate in environmental management, Governor's State University, 1978.


Member staff Congressman E. Mezvinsky, Iowa City, 1973. Environmental planner Heriot-Watt University Lockner, Inc., Chicago, 1974-1976. Supervisor environmental services Fluor Power, Inc., 1976-1978, 80-82.

Project manager Wapora, Inc., 1978-1980. Director environmental services Fluor Technology, Inc., Irvine, California, 1982-1986. Manager Intellus Corporation, 1986-1987.

General manager, principal ENSR Inc., since 1987.


Served with United States Army, 1966-1969, Vietnam. Member National Association Environmental Professionals, Illinois Association Environmental Professionals (co-founder, board directors 1977-1982), Air Pollution Control Association, West Coast Environmental Auditing Business Roundtable (co-founder), Institute Environmental Sciences (national committee chairman 1977-1980), Blue Key Society (Outstanding Senior Manitoba 1971-1972).


  • Other Interests

    Skiing, golf, scuba diving, bridge.


Married Diane Rapp, August 6, 1983. 1 child, Summer Lea Nastich-Smith.