Gerald Smedley Andrews
|Gerald Smedley Andrews|
December 12, 1903|
|Died||December 5, 2005(aged 101)|
|Awards||Order of Canada
Order of the British Empire
Order of British Columbia
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he was educated in Vancouver, Toronto, Oxford and Dresden. From 1922 to 1930, he was a school master at Big Bar Creek and Kelly Lake. In 1930, he became a land surveyor until World War II. During World War II, he rose to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.
From 1946 to 1950, he served as Chief Air Survey Engineer for British Columbia. From 1952 to 1968, he was the Surveyors General of the Province of British Columbia and Director of Mapping and Provincial Boundaries Commissioner.
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