Gerald Schueler

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Gerald Schueler, Ph.D. (born in 1942 in Darby, Pennsylvania and died September 19th 2013 in Abingdon, Maryland) was an author, free-lance writer, editor, and artist and a retired systems analyst (as Operations Research Analyst for the Army (civil service) and Senior Systems Analyst for Quantum Research International).

Education[edit]

Schueler received a BSME degree in 1965 at the University of Maryland, College Park, an MSA in 1992 from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI), and Ph.Ds in Interdisciplinary Studies (1997) and Human Services in (1999) at Capella University (Minn. MN).

Professional memberships[edit]

Schueler was a former member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology (ATP), the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), the American Counseling Association (ACA), and the National Registry of Neurofeedback Providers (NRNP). [1][2]

Writing[edit]

He was the author, co-author, editor, researcher, contributor to and/or illustrator of 26 non-fiction books for general audiences and dozens of technical books for specific audiences, such as Job Corps and the U.S. Army. The Schuelers have also co-authored many articles on anthropology, computers, dogs, philosophy, science, magic (mostly Enochian magic), and other subjects. [3][4]

Personal life[edit]

Schueler currently resides with his wife and writing partner Betty Schueler in Maryland. They have two birth children: Joe and Andrew; two adopted children: Diane and Crystal; and many foster children who remain close to the family including Debra Greer and Frank Smith III.

Illness[edit]

Schueler acquired Lyme's disease in 1985 while working at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Later that year he developed rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The Lyme's later moved to his heart causing dilated cardiomyopathy and heart failure. While he was recovering from heart failure and RA, although bed ridden, he continued to correspond with his family, friends, and fans. He has a FaceBook page and visited it often.

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