Dana Edmund Wallace was born in Lisbon, Maine in 1917. He participated in track and field in high school, and attended Bates College, class of 1939. Dana taught for several years before three and a half years of service during WWII as a meteorologist in England. In 1946 he became the assistant research director of the Sea and Shore Fisheries Department in Maine. He was co- chair, Biology Committee, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, and served on the Clam Council as well.
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