Robert John Berkley

Title: (Retired) Federal Agency Executive
Location: East Wenatchee, Washington, United States

Robert Berkley, Retired Federal Agency Executive, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of civil service.

As a student, Mr. Berkley earned an Associate of Arts from Jackson Community College in 1953 and began serving in the United States Marine Corps. He rose to the rank of Sergeant and was honorably discharged in 1956. In 1959, he started working as a police officer for the City of Claremont, California and earned a Bachelor of Science in police administration from California State University in 1962. He spent a brief period working as an investigator for the United States Civil Service Commission, returning to his role as a police officer in 1963. Mr. Berkley then resumed his position with the U.S. Civil Service Commission, and in 1972, he began working as a special agent for the Federal Aviation Administration in Seattle, Washington.

In 1973, Mr. Berkley rose to the rank of office manager, and in 1999, after more than 25 years with the Federal Aviation Administration, he retired. Since 1981, he had served as the local chairman of the Selective Service Board in Washington, and he continued his service until 2001 when he departed from the organization. In addition to his career as a civil servant, Mr. Berkley has maintained memberships to a variety of organizations throughout the course of his career. He is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Washington State Genealogical Society, and the Local Area Genealogical Society, among others. His excellence, stature, experience, and success as an administrator solidify his legacy as an elite federal agency executive and civil servant. Mr. Berkley was awarded the Washington State Genealogical Society’s President’s Award on Sept. 9, 2019, for dedication, service, and leadership.

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