1957 graduate, Fayetteville (Ark.) High School; BSBA, Personnel Administration, Univ. of Ark.; MA, General Psychology, Univ. of Ark.
Retired, Psychological Examiner, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services, 33 yrs.
2011/2012 term: Vice President General, South Central District (Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas), National Society Sons of the American Revolution. 2012: Secretary, Arkansas Society, National Society Sons of the American Revolution.
Wife Jean, Fayetteville High School '57 classmate and perpetual bride of 55+ years, has been a tireless genealogy researcher since 1970, and retired as Genealogy Clerk from the Fayetteville, Arkansas, library.
We wrote, in the final chapter of the 1st edition of "Boyer Chronologists" in 1991, "Maybe there's a key somewhere in all this; maybe one of you has it; maybe we all have it; maybe there is none and it doesn't matter. What is important is a familiarity with our heritage. Nothing of this earth's treasures is of greater value than family; it's time more of us realized this. I know it won't seem so to the young, the busy; I dismissed it from my own life for so long. I can only start now to resume a written record, with the hope it will become a living document, revised and revisited often."
As it is our goal to share and preserve the memory of our Ancestors, photographs we have posted are available for sharing, also. It is not necessary to request our permission, but we would appreciate notification when a photograph has been so shared.