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William Randolph Lovelace, II, American surgeon. Recipient Science award, Air Force Association, 1959; special aerospace honor citation American Medical Association, 1962 Boynton award American Astronautical Society, 1962; Outstanding Achievement award University of Minnesota, 1964. Diplomate American Board Surgery, American Board Aviation Medicine.


II, William Randolph Lovelace, was born on December 30, 1907 in Springfield, Missouri, United States. Son of Edgar Blaine and Jewell (Costley) L.


Bachelor of Arts, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, 1930, Doctor of Medicine Harvard, 1934. Student (flight surgeon), School of Aviation Medicine, Randolph Field, Texas, 1937. Studied surgery in Europe (J. William White Scholarship), 1939.

Master of Science in Surgical, University of Minnesota, 1939.


3 daus., Mary C., Sharon L., Jacqueline. Interne, Bellevue Hospital, New York City, 1934-1936.


Member board directors The Garrett Corporation. Medical officer, United States Public Health Service. Chairman medical panel, International Air Transport Association.

Member aviation medical panel Advisory Group for Aero. Research and Development to North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1952-1964. Member special committee space technical National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1957-1959.

Member Edition and Research. Fellow American College Surgeons, Institute Aeronautical Sciences (1944), Aero Medical Association (president 1942-1943). Member A. Master of Arts, Space Education Foundation, African Research Foundation, Air Force Association (past president), Conference S.W. Foundation (past president), other national, state and special professional science associations and orgns.

Clubs: Lotos (New York City).


Married Mary Moulton, September 15, 1933 (deceased).

Edgar Blaine L.

Jewell (Costley) L.

Mary Moulton