Lloyd Toulmin Chalker
Vice Admiral, United States Coast Guard
at Mobile, Alabama, December 4, 1883, he graduated from the United States
Coast Guard Academy in 1906 and from the Navy Flight Instruction School
in 1935. He married Aline Brooks Risque, April 11, 1908.
He was commissioned Ensign, United States Coast Guard, 1906, and advanced through the grades to Rear Admiral in 1942. He served as Chief Personnel officer, 1931-34; Chief Aviation Officer, 1936-40; Assistant Comandant as of January 1, 1942. He was technical adviser to the American Delegation at the International Conference on Private Air Law, Brussels, Belgium, 1938. He was an observer on the initial flight of Pan-American Airways seaplane Yankee Clipper, from Baltimore to the Azores, Portugal, France, England, Ireland and return to Baltimore, March-April 1939. He was awarded the World War I Victory Medal with Escort Clasp and Star.
He made his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland,
until his death in 1981. He was buried in Section 3 of Arlington National
Cemetery. His wife, Aline Brooks Risque Chalker (1885-1964), is buried
with him. He is buried near James Humphrey Chalker,
Commander, United States Coast Guard.
Photo (c) Michael Robert Patterson, September 1999
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