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Unnamed in Morrow's The Senator Must Die (see Didi Hess story); unnamed in Morrow's First Hand Knowledge (see Howard Burris' "associate").


DOB: Aug 27, 1911. POB: Smithfield, VA. DOD: Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 1928-32: Randolph Macon College, pre-law. 1934-35: George Washington Law School (did not complete course --no degree). Married in 1941. 1936-40: newspaper reporting and management, Portsmouth and Newport News, VA. 1940-41: director of public relations, Selma, Ala. 1941-42: worked for newspaper in Richmond, VA. 1942-61: US Air Force - attained rank of Colonel in 1945 (not promoted for 16 yrs - invited to retire). 1943-47: Executive Officer to Air Inspector. 1948-50: Chief of Intelligence, 5th Air Force, Japan. 1950-53: Armed Forces Staff College as student and later faculty. Also A-2 staff of Tactical Air Command. 1953-55: Air Attache, Hong Kong. 1955-57: Asst to Commander-in-Chief NORAD, Colorado. 1957-59: Air Attache, Bucharest, Rumania. 1959-61: Special Asst to Commander-in-Chief, General Samuel E. Anderson, Air Material Command, Dayton, Ohio. 1961-63: in charge of industrial intelligence for Martin Aerospace (traveled throughout Europe, headquartered in Paris). 1963-66: Washington staff of Martin Marietta Corp. His wife, Jane Furniss Hooper Simpson, died Feb 8, 1989, in Palm Beach, Florida, at age 70. She was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. His son, O'Wighton Delk Simpson, Jr., died "under suspicious circumstances" Dec. 31, 1982, in West Palm Beach, Florida, at age 39 (DOB: 6/27/43) Son had claimed his father was "bagman" for Kennedy assassination. "Payoff" took place in Haiti (remember deMohrenschildt was in Haiti 1963-64). Check Burris and the claim that he was in import-export business with Simpson in Paris.

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