|Location :||Inlet Falls, ,|
|Specialization:||Extensive military career|
Bemidji State University
MA, Biology, Bemidji State University (1963); BA, Biology, Bemidji State University (1962)
|Year of Experience :||more_than_25_years|
Stanley D. Hendrickson graduated with his master's in biology from Bemidji State University, class of 1963. Stanley was born and raised on a farm. Stanley first toured with the marines in Korea where he served with a helicopter unit and was the crew chief. He attended Bemidji State University after leaving the Marine Corps and then assumed a dual role with the Army Reserve and teaching High School Biology. In the Army Reserve, he served frequent tours of duty. The highlight of his teaching was the introduction of lab-based biology classes in the 1960's. He also served as an interim science consultant with the state of Minnesota. Stanley eventually decided to leave his job as an educator to join the Army full-time. Stanley was a combat engineer officer at the company level, battalion staff, brigade staff and brigade commander and central command. He was also with the readiness command. Stanley credits the Bemidji State University for his success as they provided him with the essential foundation for him to grow his career.