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He worked as a chemist during World War II from 1942 – 1943. He served in the Army, Navy and the Marines. He was an instructor of physics at Jamestown College from 1943 -1944. He interned at Bethesda Hospital in St Paul, MN from 1947 – 1948. He finished his radiology residency in Kansas City, MO in 1953. He was a physician in Riverdale, ND, from 1948 – 1950. From 1950 – 1955 he served as a physician at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA. He worked as a radiologist at the Fargo Clinic from 1955 – 1967 and in Jamestown from 1968- 1969. He returned to Fargo to finish his career in radiology. He taught radiology technologists and medical students for many years and was a Fellow in the American College of Radiology.
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Thank you so much for all your information, Elliot. I appreciate your hard work! His military records are somewhat of a muddle because of serving in both the Army and the Navy and being stationed at a marine base. I thank you for looking into it for me!
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Shannon, thank you for your response. I will follow your suggestions once we get past COVID restrictions. I appreciate your time!