Mallicoat, S. H., 1915-2010

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Mallicoat, S. H., 1915-2010

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Samuel H. Mallicoat was born in Rickreall, Oregon, in 1915. His family moved several times in his early life, ultimately settling in Orient, Oregon, in 1930. After graduating from the Oregon College of Education, he worked as an elementary school teacher and a school administrator in Oregon. During World War II, from 1941 to 1946, he served in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific Theater. In 1944, he and Ellen Ann Jones were married; they later had three children. After his discharge, he attended Willamette Law School. During this time, he met Mark Hatfield through the Young Republicans. Mallicoat left law school in 1948 to return to the U.S. Navy in order to teach at the naval training center in Portland, Oregon. He left the Navy in 1955 and went back to Willamette Law School, but left to become a lobbyist for the Oregon Railroad Association, then Oregon State Director of Planning and Development from 1961 to 1967. He then served as chief of staff for Hatfield from 1967 to 1973, while Hatfield was a U.S. senator. He died in 2010.


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