Friday, December 7, 2007

Marquis Who's Who in the World

The Right Honorable Chevalier Sir Dr. Charles W. Swan, KHS The Religious and Military Order Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem was baptised and raised n Pennslyvannia AME Zion Church in Baltimore and Idlewild Baptise Church in Tampa. Florida. He was raised and educated in Baltimore, MD. He excelled in all of his life pursuits, skipping most of his grades in public schools pursuing music, foreign languages, science and medicine. He attended Baltimore City College, Morgan State University-Vice President, Ohio Christian College (Doctorate), University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston Texas. (Post Doctorate) He has been honored as a Under-Secretary of the United Nation, Presidential Policy Advisor, Deputy States Program Commissioner, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, an Executive Director of Neighborhood Services and a Private Practice, Swan and Associates, PA. At Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, as a Clinical Intern­al, he was awarded the Silver Key Award from the National Association for Mental Health, Jessups, Maryland. Dr. Charles W. Swan has been honored with the Medal of Freedom and the Legion of Merit Award.
The Eternal Flame of Freedom is burning two blocks from our nation's Capitol listing Dr. Charles W. Swan therein, he has been granted a United States Senate Senatorial Commission, is a member of Marquis's Who's Who in America, Science, Medicine, and the World. He was also nominated Time Magazine Person of the Century. He has gained world class recognition for his life's work and persuits with inductions into memberships in the world renowned professional societies, i.e., The National Association for World Health, The National Library of Medicine, The New York Academy of Science, The Center for Disease Control, The Human Gene Sequencing Management Center, The National Atlantic Treaty Organization Scientific and Environmental Programmes (NATO), The American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society Forum on Physic and Society and The Historical Society of the United States Supreme Court, etc.
Charles is listed in the Black as a Historical Black Figure along with renowned Dr. Mae C Jemison, Thurgood Marshall, Madame Walker, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King. Charles has received many appreciation letters from Congress, Governors, Mayors and certificates from foreign dignitaries and Ambassadors including the Presidents of the United States. Queen Elizabeth invited him to England as her special guest for the opening of the new Royal Air Museum.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Sir Charles was Knighted in the year of our Lord, June, 2000 by Queen Victoria of England who is the cousin to every King and Queen in the World. Sir Charles Royal lineage is from King Peter of Yugloslavia.
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Marquis Who's Who in America
November 8, 1999

Office of the Grand Magistry

The Rt. Ex. Chev. Matthew Haines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.

Religious and Military Order of Knights of the Holy Sepulcher

Dear Rt. Ex. Chev. Matthew Haines, G.Cd.H.S., H.G.H.S.:

I have known Dr. Swan for approximately 3 years. We first met at a family reunion in ......, a city in where I was teaching at a University.

Dr. Swan later invited me to his residence to view some theoretical papers I had written dealing with culture, health, and systems analyses. My statistical theory for using systems analyses to evaluate health outcomes on a cultural basis was an area of his intellectual and professional interest.

Concerning my work, he was very affirming and supportive in its international potential. Charles was always willing to engage in discussion with me when I called. He was friendly, but to the point. He was instructive, but truthful and loyal. Having been recently appraised of the scope of his background I must admit that I find it an honor that such a rare individual with such an extensive profile would take the time to read, to critique and to continually maintain contact while conducting such a busy, pressing agenda.

When I think of a gentleman, I think of courtesy, stamina, a willingness to be forthright with the truth, politeness, helpful and assisting. When I think of a gentleman I think of Charles and his noble qualities of honor, respect, courage, loyalty and willingness to serve as a dedicated scholar and mentor. When I think of character, I think of the various dialogs we have engaged in over a period of time that focused on my professional development as a research scientist. Today they have left me with an appreciation for him as a regal man of quest, a man of challenge and service.

I have attempted to provide to you some guidance to a most remarkable character. And I am sure this only begins to tell the story of his passion for exactitude, bottomless curiosity for scientific understanding and inquiry. I believe that once you meet Charles you too will see what caliber of man he is, and will find all that I have described and perhaps another realm of talents yet unrevealed to me.

If I can be of additional assistance please call.


Al Killough, Ph.D.

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