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Lieutenant Commander George W. Lovesee was born in Peabody, Kansas. He attended Colorado Agriculture College where he graduated in June 1926 with a Bachelor of Science C&IE Degree.

He was appointed as a Deck Officer on January 15, 1927. Following his orientation and training, he was appointed as an Ensign. His 18-year career included assignments aboard the ships LYDONIA, GUIDE, DISCOVERER, SURVEYOR, FATHOMER, MIKAWE, and Washington, D.C.; Triangulation Shore Party in New Jersey; Baltimore, Maryland; Tampa, Florida; Geodesy Parties in Massachusetts; Alabama; Virginia; Pennsylvania; and the District Office in Seattle, Washington, at the time of his disability retirement on November 1, 1945, he was in Washington, D.C.

During World War 11, he served on projects for the Department of the Navy from March 30, 1944 until March 31, 1945.

Lieutenant Commander Lovesee is survived by his spouse, Mary Kathleen Bridier.






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