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RADM Edward Elias Grimm

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RADM Edward Elias Grimm

Birth
York, York County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
11 Mar 2003 (aged 92)
San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA
Burial
San Diego, San Diego County, California, USA
Plot
CBDD ROW 2 SITE 286
Memorial ID
72467364 View Source

Bio:
Edward Elias Grimm
Passed away Mar. 11, 2003 in San Diego CA.

Retired naval officer, retired banker. Decorated Legion of Merit (2), Purple Heart; Korean Presidential citation; Order Prince Henry the Navigator Portugal). Chairman San Diego County Bicentennial Committee, 1974-1976; Member United States Naval Academy Alumni Association, World Affairs Council San Diego.

Grimm, Edward Elias was born on December 1, 1910 in York, Pennsylvania. Son of Walter Elwood and Mary (Craumer) Grimm.
Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1933; Master of Business Administration, George Washington University, 1952.
Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1934. Advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1964. Commanding officer United States Ship Rupertus, 1949-1951. Assigned Office Chief Naval Operations, 1952-1955, 60-63. Commanding officer United States Ship Sierra, 1955-1956. Assistant director budget and reports Office Navy Comptroller, 1956-1959. Commander Destroyer Squadron 30, 1959-1960. Commander Destroyer Squadron 6, 1960. Commanding officer United States Ship Des Moines CA-134, Mar-Dec 1960.

Commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla 6, 1963-1964. Deputy director operations National Military Command Center, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1964-1965. Director budget and reports Department Navy, 1965-1968. Commander Training Command, Pacific Fleet San Diego, 1968-1969. Retired, 1969. Assistant vice president Wells Fargo Bank, San Diego, 1969-1971, vice president, 1971-1975, retired, 1975.

Sales representative Dura-Bernardin, Incorporated, 1976-1982, retired, 1982. Chairman San Diego County Bicentennial Committee, 1974-1976, Member United States Naval Academy Alumni Association, World Affairs Council San Diego. Clubs: Army-Navy Country (Arlington, Virginia), Rest and Aspiration Society.

Married Ernestine Bernardin, June 1, 1936. Children: Edward Anthony, Diana Michelle.

Bio:
Edward Elias Grimm
Passed away Mar. 11, 2003 in San Diego CA.

Retired naval officer, retired banker. Decorated Legion of Merit (2), Purple Heart; Korean Presidential citation; Order Prince Henry the Navigator Portugal). Chairman San Diego County Bicentennial Committee, 1974-1976; Member United States Naval Academy Alumni Association, World Affairs Council San Diego.

Grimm, Edward Elias was born on December 1, 1910 in York, Pennsylvania. Son of Walter Elwood and Mary (Craumer) Grimm.
Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1933; Master of Business Administration, George Washington University, 1952.
Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1934. Advanced through grades to rear admiral, 1964. Commanding officer United States Ship Rupertus, 1949-1951. Assigned Office Chief Naval Operations, 1952-1955, 60-63. Commanding officer United States Ship Sierra, 1955-1956. Assistant director budget and reports Office Navy Comptroller, 1956-1959. Commander Destroyer Squadron 30, 1959-1960. Commander Destroyer Squadron 6, 1960. Commanding officer United States Ship Des Moines CA-134, Mar-Dec 1960.

Commander Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla 6, 1963-1964. Deputy director operations National Military Command Center, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1964-1965. Director budget and reports Department Navy, 1965-1968. Commander Training Command, Pacific Fleet San Diego, 1968-1969. Retired, 1969. Assistant vice president Wells Fargo Bank, San Diego, 1969-1971, vice president, 1971-1975, retired, 1975.

Sales representative Dura-Bernardin, Incorporated, 1976-1982, retired, 1982. Chairman San Diego County Bicentennial Committee, 1974-1976, Member United States Naval Academy Alumni Association, World Affairs Council San Diego. Clubs: Army-Navy Country (Arlington, Virginia), Rest and Aspiration Society.

Married Ernestine Bernardin, June 1, 1936. Children: Edward Anthony, Diana Michelle.


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RADM US NAVY

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WORLD WAR II, KOREA, VIETNAM


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