Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Warren Russell was born in Winchester, Massachusetts in October 1946. He received a bachelor's
degree from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont in 1968. Russell also received two Master of Educations degress from
Elmira College in Elimra, New York in 1977 and from the University of South Carolina in 2004. Russell lived in Winchester,
MA until he started college. He did graduate work in biology at Middlebury and then entered active duty in the U.S. Army in
January 1972 as a 1st Lieutenant. Served in West Germany; Seneca Army Depot, Seneca, NY; Japan; Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville,
Alabama; several assignments in the Washington D.C. area; Korea; and Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant in Karnack, Texas. After
his ammunition plant assignment, he managed the ammunition retrograde activity in Kuwait after the Persian Gulf War. He retired
from a Washington D.C. assignment as a colonel in 1996, then graduated from Armed Services Staff College and Army War College.
In retirement, he served as Senior JROTC Instructor and then as a high school vice principal and principal in schools in Columbus
County, North Carolina until his death in 2010.
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