Parker, Edwin P, Jr., MG

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Last Rank
Major General
Last Service Branch
Field Artillery
Last Primary MOS
00GC-Commanding General
Last MOS Group
General Officer
Primary Unit
1948-1953, 9100, Office of the Provost Marshal General (OPMG)
Service Years
1912 - 1953
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Cold War Certificate

Field Artillery

Major General

Six Overseas Service Bars

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Home Town
Wythe County
Last Address
Washington, D.C.

Date of Passing
Jun 07, 1983
Location of Interment
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Army Staff Identification US Army Retired (Pre-2007)

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Artillery Shoulder Cord Cold War Veteran

 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
MG Parker commanded the 78th Infantry Division throughout the ETO Campaigns of WW2.

He also served as the US Army Provost Marshal from 1948 - 1953.

Upon retirement, he was the Business Manager for the St. Albans School for Boys in Washington D.C., 1960 - 1970.

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   1923-1924, 6, Field Artillery Officers' Advance Course

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Fort Sill
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Field Artillery Officers' Advance Course

McCabe, Edward, COL, (1900-1946) IM 6 Lieutenant Colonel
Tyner, George, BG, (1898-1940) IM 6 Lieutenant Colonel
Anderson, John, MG, (1914-1946) IM 6 Major
Helmick, Charles, MG, (1913-1952) IM 6 Major
Hospital, Ralph, BG, (1913-1951) IM 6 Major
Malony, Harry, MG, (1912-1949) IM 6 Major
Prichard, Vernon Edwin, MG, (1915-1949) IM 6 Major
Spence, William, BG, (1916-1947) IM 6 Major
Talbot, Ralph, BG, (1905-1946) IM 6 Major
Watson, Edwin "Pa", MG, (1908-1945) IM 6 Major
Wyche, Ira, MG, (1911-1948) IM 6 Major
Bruce, Andrew, LTG, (1917-1954) IM 6 Captain
Canine, Ralph, LTG, (1917-1957) IM 6 Captain
Hibbs, Louis, MG, (1916-1947) IM 6 Captain
Hurdis, Charles, MG, (1917-1946) IM 6 Captain
MacKelvie, Jay, BG, (1917-1946) IM 6 Captain
Waters, Jerome, BG, (1917-1951) IM 6 Captain
Whitlock, Lester, MG, (1916-1954) IM 6 Captain
Hickey, Doyle, LTG, (1917-1953) IM 6 First Lieutenant
Jones, Thomas, BG, (1910-1946) 6 Major
Feldman, Herman, MG, (1907-1951) 6 Captain
Craig, Louis A., MG, (1909-1952) AR Army Major
Harris, Arthur, BG, (1914-1948) FA 13E Major
Hayes, Philip, MG, (1909-1946) FA 13A Major
Harper, Arthur, MG, (1917-1953) FA 13A Captain
Gaffey, Hugh, MG, (1917-1946) FA 13E First Lieutenant
John, Sloan, MG, (1911-1946) FA Major
Lewis, John, BG, (1912-1946) FA Major
McBride, Allan, BG, (1908-1944) FA Major
McBride, Horace Logan, LTG, (1916-1954) Major
Sharp, William, MG, (1904-1946) FA Major
Sliney, George, BG, (1913-1949) FA Major
Spalding, Isaac, BG, (1912-1947) FA Major
Kibler, Abram, MG, (1913-1952) FA Captain
McNaught, Warren, BG, (1917-1951) FA Captain
McSherry, Frank, BG, (1917-1946) FA Captain
Ott, Edward, BG, (1917-1947) FA Captain
Perry, Basil, BG, (1917-1953) FA Captain
Ratay, John, BG, (1914-1946) FA Captain
Ross, Morrill, BG, (1917-1950) FA Captain
Rumbough, David, COL, (1917-1955) FA Captain
Bunker, Paul Delmont, COL, (1903-1943) Major
Kane, Paul, BG, (1916-1949) Major
Cowles, Miles, BG, (1917-1953) Captain
Shea, George, MG, (1915-1953) Captain

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