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  Alan R. Hanks ;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, Alan R., chemistry educator; b. Balt., Nov. 30, 1939; s. Raymond Hanks and Lilliam (Simon) Miller; m. Beverly Jean Hinson, Jan. 17, 1961; children; Craig, Denise, Leta. BS in Physics, West Tex. State U., 1962; MS in Biophys. Chemistry, N. Mex. Highlands U., 1964; PhD in Biophysics, Pa. State U., 1967. Nuclear med. sci. officer Armed Forces Inst. Pathology, Washington, 1967-69; asst. to full prof. biochemistry/biophysics Tex A&M U., Coll. Sta., Tex., 1969-82; state chemist, seed commnr., prof. Purdue U., West Lafayette, Ind., 1982--. Contbr. articles to profl. jours. Fellow Assn. Ofcl. Analytical Chemists (chmn. methods bd. 1986-89, bd. dirs. 1990--, sec.treas. 1992-93, pres.-elect 1993-94, pres. 1994-95, immediate past pres.); mem. Assn. Am. Feed Control Ofcls. (chmn. minerals com. 1985--, lab. methods and svc. com. 1988-93), Assn. Am. Plant Food Control Ofcls. (chmn. Magruder check sample com. 1988-90, bd. dirs. 1989-94, chmn. environ. affairs com. 1990--, pres.-elect 1991-92, pres. 1992-93). Avocations: fishing gardening, sports, travel. Home: PO Box 2627 West Lafeyette, IN 47906-2627, Office: Purdue U 1154 Biochemistry West Lafayette IN 47907-1154


  Bryan Cayce Hanks ;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, Bryan Cayce, lawyer; b. Gatesville, Tes., May 23, 1896; s. William Henry and Lillian (Cayce) H.; grad. Wichita Falls, (Tex.) High Sch., 1915; student Rice Inst., Houston, Tes., 1915-16, Southwestern U., Georgetown, Tes., 1917; LL.B.., U. if Colo., 1922; m. Virginia Margaret Wooding, Sept. 20, 1921; children--Nanyc, Larry (dec.). Admitted to N.Y. bar, 1924, Fla. bar, 1929; asso. with Hughes, Rounds, Schurman & Swight, N.Y. City, 1922-24; legal dept. Electric Bond and Share Co., N.Y. City, 1924-25; head- legal dept. Fla. Power & Light Co., Miami, 1925-36; pres. Miami Water Power Co., 1933-39; pres. Fla. Power & Light Co. (also dir.), Miami Beach Ry. Co. and Consumers Water Co., Jan 1937-September, 1939; mem. law firm of Hanks & Preston, 1939-42; president Southeastern Electric Exchange, 1939-39. Served as pvt., later sergt., U.S.Army, 1917-19. Member Am. Bar Assn., Am. Legion, Fla. Audubon Soc., Fla. hist. Soc., Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta. Democrat. Methodist. Clubs: Lawyers (New York); Committee of 100. Century, Ft. Worth Club, Rivercrest Country, Kiwanis. Address: Ft. Worth, Tex.


  Eugene Ralph Hanks ;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, Eugene Ralph, land developer, cattle rancher, retired naval officer; b. Corning, Calif., Dec. 11, 1918; s. Eugene and Lorena B. Hanks; m. Frances Elliot Herrick, Mar. 4, 1945; children: Herrick, Russell, Stephen, Nina. Student, Calif. Poly. Coll., 1939-41, U. So. Califo., 1949-50, Am. U., 1958-59; grad., Command and Staff Coll., Norfolk, Va., 1960. With Naval Aviation Flight Tng., V-5 Program USN, 1941-42, commd, ensign, 1942, advanced through grades to capt., 1963; carrier fighter pilot, Am. Ace. six victories, 1942-45; test pilot Naval Air Test Ctr., 1946-48; mem. Navy Flight Exhbn. Team Blue Angels, 1950; commdg. officer fighter squadrons including Navy's 1st squadron of F4 Phantoms, Mach II Missle fighters, Miramar, Calif., 1952-61; 1st ops. officer U.S.S. Constellation, 1961-62; dir. ops. Naval Missile Test Ctr., 1963-66; test dir. Joint Task Force Two, Albuquerque. 1966-69; ret., 1969; owner, developer Christmas Tree Canyon, Cebolla Springs and Mountain River Subdivs., Mora., N.Mex., 1969-91. Decorated Navy Cross, DRC with star(2), Air medal (7), Legion of merit; named Citizen of Yr., Citizen's Com. for the Right to Bear Arms, 1987, 93, To Dun and Bradstreet's Million Dollar Club. Mem. Ret. Officers Assn., Am. Fighter Aces Assn., Combat Pilots Assn., Assn. Naval Aviation, Am. Forestry Assn., NRA, Blue Angels Assn., Naval Aviation Museum Found., Legion of Valor. Republican. Home and Office: Christmas Tree Canyon PO Box 239 Mora NM 87732-0239

  Gary Arlin Hanks;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, Gary Arlin, psychology educator; b. Salt Lake City, July 2, 1944; s. John D. and Erva (Wright) H.; m. Diana Twelves, 1968 (div. 1978); m. Suzanne Warnock Ostler, Dec. 20, 1984 (div. 1985); stepchildren: Shannon, Shawn, Ryan, Leslie. BS, U. Utah, 1968. MSW, 1972; clin. cert. dept. psychiatry Washingtonian, Harvard U., 1973; PHD in Psychology, , Califor. U., L.A., 1977. Cert. social worker. Asst. prof. U. South Fla., Tampa, 1973-74; clinician LDS Ch. Social Svcs., L.A., 1975-77; chief psychiat. social worker William Beaumont Army Med. Ctr., El Paso, Tex., 1977-78; chmn. dept psychology Internat. Relative Psychology Inst., Salt Lake City, 1984--; pres. Relative Analysis Assoc., Salt Lake City, 1994--, Mate Selection Internat., Salt Lake City, 1994--. Author: Maturing Analysis Test, 1985, Spirituality Analysis Test, 1986. Relative Psychology, 1991. Relative Religion, 1991 Relative Analysis, 1991, Relationship Maturity, 1994, Emotional Maturity Test Battery, 1994. Missionary LDS Ch., Fed. Republic Germany, 1963; polit. activist. Capt. U.S. Army, 1968-78. Rsch. grantee NIMH, 1973. Mem. Am. Fedn. Socs. Clin. Social Workers. Avocations: outdoor life, travel, disco dancing.
    The basis of emotional maturity is that the more emotionally independent one becomes, the more others will oppress him.

  George Raymond Hanks;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, George Raymond, Steel exec.; b. McConnellsburg, Pa., Oct. 29, 1889; s. Albert Barton and Mary Jeannette (Hays) H.; student Pierce Sch., Phila., 1907, Mercersburg Acad., 1911; C.E., Princeton, 1915; m. Jeanette Probasco, Oct. 2, 1919. With 4th St. Nat. Bank, Phila., 1907-09; with Taylor-Wharton Steel Co., 1915-55; pres. Am. LaFrance, 1951-56; administrative consultant for the National U.S. Radiator Corp., 1957--. Pres. bd. mgrs. N.J. Sanatorium, Glen Gardner, N.J., Mem. Am. Soc. M.E., Am. Inst. Metals and Metall. Engrs. Clubs: Princeton Union League (N.Y.C.); Cap and Gown (Princeton); Northampton Country. Address: Clinton, N.J.


  Howard Hanks ;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, Howard, business exed.; b. N.Y. City, Sept. 8, 1891; s. John Tomlinson and Caroline (Holcomb) H.; C.E., Lafeyette Coll., Easton, Pa., 1915; m Cecelia J. Leitner, Apr. 21, 1919. Engr., City of Lebanon, Pa., 1915-16; engr. Aloha Portland Cement Co., Easton, Pa., 1916-19, plant supt., 1919-27, chief engr., 1928-44, vice pres. since 1944. Home Easton, Pa.


  James Judge Hanks, Jr.;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, James Judge, Jr., Lawyer; b. Washington, Jan. 31, 1943; s. James Judge and Dorothy (Teeple) H. AB, Princeton U., 1964; LLB, U. Md., 1967; LLM, Harvard U., 1969. Bar: Md. 1967. Law clk. to judge U.S. Ct. Appeals (D.C. cir.), 1967-68; assoc. Weinberg and Green, Balt., 1969-74, ptnr., 1975-93; ptnr. Ballard Spahr Andrews & Intersoll, Baltimore, Md., 1993--; vis. prof. of law Cornell Law Sch., 1993, adj. prof. law 1994--; lectr. various prof. orgns. and law schs.
    Author: Maryland Corporation Law; co-author: Legal Capital, 3d edit.; contbr. articles to profl. jours. Fellow Am. Bar Found.; mem. ABA, Am. Law Inst., Md. State Bar Assn. (chmn. bus. law sect. 1982-83), Md. Club. Democrat. Episcopalian. Home 1159 Riverside Ave, Baltimore MD 21230-4119, Office: Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll 300 E Lombard St., Baltimore, MD 21202-3219

  John Kennedy Hanks ;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, John Kennedy, music educator, singer; b. Purcell, Okla., Oct. 10, 1917; s. John Carl and Elizabeth (Kennedy) H.; m. Shirley Tillotson, 1946 (div. 1976); children: Nancy, Elizabeth, John; m. Joan Tetel, 1950. B.S. Juilliard Sch. Music, 1948; M.A., Columbia U., 1950. Asst, prof. music Smith Coll., 1948-54; assoc. prof. Duke U., 1954-65, prof., 1965--. singer Am art songs in concert worldwide. Author: (rec. anthology and book) The Art Song in America I, 1967, The Art Song in America II, 1975. Served in USAF, 1942-46; CBI; served to col. Res., 1946-75; ret Recipient Eagle Scout award Boy Scouts Am., 1933; Juilliard fellow, 1941-48. Democrat. Episcopalian. Office: Duke U Dept Music Durhan NC 27708


  Marion Duff Hanks ;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, Marion Duff, church ofcl.; b. Salt Lake City, Oct. 13, 1921; s. Stanley A. and Maude (Frame) H.; LL.B., U. Utah, 1948; m. Maxine Christensen, Aug. 24, 1949; children--Susan G., Nancy, Ann, Mary, Richard. Missionary, Ch. of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1942-44; dir. bur. information Temple Sq., Salt Lake City, 1948-56; v.p. Allen-Duff Assos., advt., Salt Lake City, 1951-57, Gull, Inc., merchandising, Salt Lake City, 1955--. General Authority Ch. of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1953--, mem. Council of Seventy, 1953--. Mem. President's Adv. Com. on Fitness Am. Youth; bd. dir. Mental Health Services, Society for Crippled Children Salvation Army, Salt Lake City. Asso. Dir. Inst. of Religion, U. Utah; dir. West Seminary; member board of trustees Weber College. Served with USNR, 1944-46; Pacific Theatre. Named outstanding young man of Utah by U.S. Jr. C. of C., 1954. Home: Salt Lake City.


  Marshall Bernard Hanks ;  Who's Who in America,
    Hanks, Marshall Bernard, Publisher; b. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 10, 1884; s. Robert Taylor and Mattie Bernard (Jones) H.; B.A., Simmons Coll., 1904; Baylor U., 1906; m. Eva May Hollis, Nov 16, 1906; 1 dau., Patty (Mrs. A.B. Shelton). With Abilene Reporter-News since 1900, beginning as delivery boy, pres. and pub. since 1926; mem. Harte & Hanks, pubs. of Abilene Reporter-News, San Angelo Evening Standard, San Angelo Morning Times, Corpus Christi Times, Corpus Christi Caller, Paris Morning News, Big Spring Herald, Marshall News Messenger and Denison Herald. Democrat. Baptist. Home: Abilene, Tex. Died Dec. 12, 1948.


  Robert Jack Hanks ;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, Robert Jack, writer, consultant, former naval officer; b. Marysvale, Utah, June 28, 1923; s. Arthur Edward and Katherine Peggy (Winters) H.; m. Doris Lousie Hanks, Nov. 27, 1946; children: Linda Lou, Karen Sue. BS, U. S. Naval Acad., 1945 Commd. ensign USN, 1945, advanced through grades to rear adm., 1972; service at sea Pacific and Persian Gulf, Bahrain, also Indian Ocean area; comdr. Middle East Force, 1972-75; dir. security assistance divsn. Navy Dept., 1975-76, dir. strategic plans and policy div., 1976-77; ret., 1977, freelance writer, cons., 1977--. Author: The Unnoticed Challenge: Soviet Maritime Strategy and the Global Choke Points, 1980, The Cape Route: Imperiled Western Lifeline, 1981, The U. S. Military Presence in the Middle East: Problems and Prospects, 1982, American Sea Power and Global Strategy, 1985; contbg. author: America Spreads Her Sails, 1972, Sea Power and Strategy in the Indian Ocean, 1981; also numerous articles, books on strategic and internat. polit. mil. affairs and maritime history. Decorated Legion of Merit (2), Bronze Star; research fellow Center Internat. Affairs, Harvard U., 1970-71. Mem. U.S. Naval Inst. (life, Silver medal essay contest 1968, 80, Bronze medal 1969, Gold medal 1970, 79), Army and Navy Club (pres. 1990-91). Republican.

  Tom Hanks ;  Who's Who in America, 1997, Vol. 1
    Hanks, Tom, actor; b. Concord, Calif., July 9, 1956; m. Samantha Lewes, 1978 (div. 1985); 2 children; m. Rita Wilson, Apr. 1988; children: Chester, Truman Theodore. Student, Calif. State U., Sacramento. Motion picture appearances include He Knows You're Alone, 1980, Splash, 1984, Bachelor Party, 1984, Volunteers, 1985, The Man with One Red Shoe, 1985, The Money Pit, 1986, Nothing in Common, 1986, Every Time We Say Goodbye, 1986, Dragnet, 1987, Big, 1988, Punchline, 1988, Turner and Hooch, 1989, The "Burbs, 1989, Joe Versus the Volcano, 1990, Bonfire of the Vanities, 1990, Radio Flyer, 1992, A League of Their Own, 1992, Sleepless in Seattle, 1993, Philadelphia, 1993 (Golden Globe for Best Actor - Drama 1994, Academy Award for Best Actor 1994), Forrest Gump, 1994 (Academy Award for Best Actor 1995), Apollo 13, 1995, Celluloid Closet, 1995; actor, dir., writer That Thing You Do!, 1996; TV movie appearances include Mazes and Monsters, 1982, (TV series) Bosom Buddies, 1980-82; guest star (TV shows) Saturday Night Live, 1985, The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, Tales from the Crypt (None But the Lonely Heart, also Parsons Awd., Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1994; named Man of the Yr., Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theater Club, 1995. Mem. Actor's Equity Assn., Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA. Office: CAA 9830 Wilshire Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1804


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