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Lawyer

Warner Winslow Gardner, American Lawyer. Decorated Legion of Merit; Croix de Guerre. Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1945. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Gardner, Warner Winslow was born on September 25, 1909 in Richmond, Indiana, United States. Son of Frank Karl and Camilla (Winslow) Gardner.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Swarthmore College, 1930; Master of Arts, Rutgers University, 1931; Bachelor of Laws, Columbia University, 1934.

Career

Law clerk, Justice Stone, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1934-1935; attorney and special assistant to attorney general, Office Solicitor General, Department Justice, 1935-1941; solicitor, unites states department Labor, 1941-1942; solicitor, unites states department Interior, 1942-1946; assistant secretary, unites states department Interior, 1946-1947; member firm, Shea & Gardner, Washington, from 1947. Director Natomas Company, 1971-1976. Special counsel Federal Maritime Board, 1957.

Chairman informal action committee Administrative Conference United States, 1968-1976. Life trustee Bermuda Biological Station, since 1991.

Works

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1945. Member Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Metropolitan, Cosmos.

Connections

Married Henrietta Gertrude Tucker, September 10, 1940 (deceased March 19, 1989). Children: Hannah Winslow, William Tucker, Richard Randolph, Frances Winslow. Married Josephine P. McGowan, October 28, 1989.

father:
Frank Karl Gardner

mother:
Camilla (Winslow) Gardner

spouse:
Josephine P. McGowan

spouse:
Henrietta Gertrude Tucker

child:
Hannah Winslow Gardner

child:
Richard Randolph Gardner

child:
Frances Winslow Gardner

child:
William Tucker Gardner