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Ralph Gould McCallum Jr.

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Ralph Gould McCallum Jr. Veteran

Birth
Queens County, New York, USA
Death
20 May 1994 (aged 59)
Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, USA
Burial
Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, USA Add to Map
Plot
SECTION T SITE 208
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Ralph G. McCallum, Jr., 59, Williamson, GA, passed away; May 20, 1994. He was an attorney and Colonel, Military Intelligence, USAR, retired. After earning an Industrial Engineering Degree from Georgia Tech in 1957, Ralph went on to complete a law degree from Emory University in 1967. He then spent several years with the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C. At the time of his death he was engaged in private practice as a lawyer in Marietta. Colonel McCallum was actively involved with the St. Andrews Society and the Burns Club of Atlanta. He was a member of MENSA and of the Reserve Officer's Association. He had been a member of Clan MacCallum/Malcolm Society for several years, and was in charge of the Society's tent at the Stone Mountain Games. Ralph and his family moved from Atlanta to Williamson, GA ten years ago, where they were restoring an 1827 farmhouse. He is s survived his wife, Nancy Jeanette, and two sons, Ralph G. McCallum, III, and Allan Neill.
Source: The Argent Castle, newsletter of the Clan MacCallum Malcolm Society, Summer 1994
Ralph G. McCallum, Jr., 59, Williamson, GA, passed away; May 20, 1994. He was an attorney and Colonel, Military Intelligence, USAR, retired. After earning an Industrial Engineering Degree from Georgia Tech in 1957, Ralph went on to complete a law degree from Emory University in 1967. He then spent several years with the Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C. At the time of his death he was engaged in private practice as a lawyer in Marietta. Colonel McCallum was actively involved with the St. Andrews Society and the Burns Club of Atlanta. He was a member of MENSA and of the Reserve Officer's Association. He had been a member of Clan MacCallum/Malcolm Society for several years, and was in charge of the Society's tent at the Stone Mountain Games. Ralph and his family moved from Atlanta to Williamson, GA ten years ago, where they were restoring an 1827 farmhouse. He is s survived his wife, Nancy Jeanette, and two sons, Ralph G. McCallum, III, and Allan Neill.
Source: The Argent Castle, newsletter of the Clan MacCallum Malcolm Society, Summer 1994


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