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Edward P. Eardley

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Biography

Edward P. Eardley was born on January 27th, 1911 and earned a B.S. from the University of Utah before moving to Annandale to work with the Rural Electrification Administration. After serving as REA coordinator with the Tennessee Valley Authority, he served from 1950-53 as the interior Department's representative to the Atomic Energy Commission's power reactor unit. He also served as chief engineer of Interior's water and power division.

After retiring from government, Mr. Eardley became an international engineering consultant and helped supervise construction of electrical power plants in Latin America, the Pacific Islands, Pakistan, Jordan and Thailand.

Eardley was a life member of the IEEE and died on Dec 31st 1996.