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Record Group: 22 C
Record Sub-Group: 41
Records Title: UMC; Student Life and Activities; Prominent Alumni; Donald Sanders Papers
Dates: 1958-1998
Volume: 30 cubic feet, 37.50 linear feet

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Select Chronology for Donald G. Sanders

  • 4-26-30 - Born in St Louis, MO
  • Fall-35 - Enrolled in Kindergarten, "Woerner" School
  • 1-36 - Enrolled in 1st Grade, "Woerner" School
  • 1-44 - Graduated "Woerner" School
  • 6-47 - Graduated Cleveland High School, St. Louis
  • 9-47 - Enrolled at the University of Missouri (Pledged AGR)
  • 6-49 - Left MU and began working at carpentry with father
  • 6-50 - Left carpentry and Enrolled at Washington University (joined USMC ROTC]
  • 6-51 - Left Washington University
  • 8-51 - Enrolled in MU Law School
  • 8-52 - Married Dolores Henderson of Columbia, MO
  • 7-53 - Daughter, Deborah, born
  • 1-54 - Graduated with J.D. from MU Law School
  • 4-54 - Passed Missouri State Bar Exam
  • 6-54 - Commissioned USMC
  • 7-54/7-56 - USMC Active Duty
  • 4-55 - Son, Michael, born
  • 7-56/59- Began Law Practice in Columbia
  • 7-56/59 - Served as part-time City Attorney and Assistant County Prosecutor
  • 7-56 - Built new home, Manor Drive
  • 5-59/7-59 - Temporary Juvenile Officer for Boone and Callaway Counties
  • 7-59 - Accepted for FBI Special Agent Training
  • 8-59 - Son, Matthew, born
  • 11-59 - Completed FBI Training and assigned to Birmingham, AL FBI Office
  • 9-61 - Assigned to Miami, FL FBI Office
  • 1965 - Assigned to FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC
  • 1-69 - Resigned from FBI
  • 2-69/3-73 - Chief Counsel and Staff Director of the House Committee on Internal Security, Chairman Dick Ichord
  • 3-73/9-74 - Deputy Minority Council for Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (Watergate) Committee, Chair Sam Irvin
  • 9-74/1-75 - Senior Program Analyst for the Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1-75/11-77 - Appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs
  • 11-77/2-79 - Director of Investigations for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
  • 2-79/5-82 - Appointed Senate Select Committee on Ethics, Chair Morgan
  • 1982 - Retired from Capitol Hill
  • 1983 - Moved to Missouri and built a new home in Rocheport, MO
  • 1985 - Joined Law Practice with Shurtleff and Froeschner
  • 1988 - Campaigned for Boone County Commission
  • 1989/90 - Served as County Commissioner for Boone County
  • 1991 - Associated with Wyse Law Office
  • 12-91 - MA in History from MU Conferred
  • 9-99 - Died in Columbia, MO

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