Resident of Buckeystown. Born in Moreland, Kentucky, June 3, 1926. Attended Mt. Vernon Academy, Ohio; Columbia Union College, Takoma Park, B.A. (biology), B.A. (theology), 1947; University of Maryland College Park, M.S. (human physiology), 1949, Ph.D., (human physiology), 1952. Instructor and assistant professor (anatomy, physiology, zoology), University of Maryland, 1948-52. Assistant professor, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, California, 1952-54; Howard University Medical School, 1954-56. Researcher, National Institutes of Health, 1956-59. Researcher and teacher of postgraduate medicine, U.S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida, 1959-61. Scientist/engineer manager, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 1961-66. Farmer since 1961. Worked for IBM in research and development (8 years). Started Roscoe Bartlett & Associates, a research & development company that diversified into RBA Construction (homebuilding, land development). Instructor (anatomy & physiology), Frederick Community College. Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1996. Jeffries Aerospace Medicine and Life Sciences Research Award, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1999. Award, Manufactured Housing Institute of Maryland, 2004. Benjamin Franklin Award, 60 Plus Association, 2004. William Proxmire Award, Copper Ridge Institute, 2004. Friend of Agriculture Award, American Farm Bureau Federation, 2004. M. King Hubbert Award, Association for the Study of Peak Oil, 2006. Married; ten children; eighteen grandchildren, two great-grandchildren.
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