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Robert E. Mortensen

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Robert Mortensen
Former Sales and Marketing Director


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ROBERT E. MORTENSEN
Board President, Board of Directors, The Philadelphia Singers and Principal


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Robert E. Mortensen has been elected to a one-year term as chair of the Rutgers University-Camden board, succeeding Gerald C. Harvey.
Mortensen retired from Conrail and its predecessor railroads as president and chair of the Merchants Despatch Transportation Corp.


www.dailyrepublic.com

Robert Mortensen went to his next choice, joining the Air Force in 1952, shifting to the Air Force Reserve in 1958 and retiring as a major general in 1986, after a career that included command of the 4th Air Force at McClellan Air Force Base.
Mortensen was wounded in the legs by mortar fire in June 1951, noting, "since I am 6-foot-4, my lower legs were the only things I couldn't get into my helmet with the rest of me when the mortars started dropping." He cleaned his wounds in a stream, only to be chewed out by the Navy corpsman, saying his wounds could have gotten infected. Sure enough, a week later, he got an infection and a raging fever, which sent him to the battalion aid station. Not long after on Nov. 26, Mortensen was told to pack his bags and was shipped home, arriving at Pier 100 in San Francisco on Dec. 17 to be met by his parents. "The next day, we went to a Christmas party in Benicia, where I met the woman I'd marry a year later," Mortensen said of his wife, JoAnn Mortensen.


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