Tuesday, October 13, 2015



Edwin Meese, IIIMajor General Dudley E. Faver's distinguished personal and professional accomplishments have spanned over 60 years of experience as a professional leader, manager and administrator with the United States Air Force, federal government and two universities.

During his military career, he served in numerous flying training, flying leadership, headquarters staff and senior commander positions. He culminated his decorated and distinguished Air Force career in 1971 as a command pilot and as Director of the Personnel Council with the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force.

After retirement, he was appointed by President Richard Nixon as Regional Administrator for the new Office of Energy in Denver. While in Denver, his leadership and management skills formulated and initiated a new Masters Degree Program for experienced professional managers at Denver University.

Edwin Meese, IIIIn 1980, Texas Tech University was extremely fortunate to have General Faver and Dorris move to Lubbock where he began lecturing in subjects including management at the Ralls College of Business and as Executive Director of the Texas Tech Association of Parents from which the Dudley E. Faver Scholarship was later established in his honor.

He has been very active in public service including Rotary International where he served as the Governor of District 5730.

General Faver has been married to the former Dorris Kirk-Maxey for 40 years. They have two children, Harriet Fields of Tacoma, Washington and Jim Maxey of Mammoth Lake, California.

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