James Thomas Baskerville ’38

James Thomas Baskerville ’38 of Houston, Texas, died February 3, 2005. He transferred to the University of Toledo and later received his A.B. from Abilene Christian University. He worked with American Airlines until he joined the Navy during World War II. He served as a pilot in the Pacific Theatre and retired as a lieutenant commander. He worked in Texas with V.P. Lyndon Johnson’s radio station in Austin. He was a partner in two businesses in Santa Barbara, Calif. He retired as a vice president with RCA Corporation, Los Angeles, in distribution and marketing. In California, he was a public relations officer with AMVETS and the Lions Club. Survivors include his wife, Martha Dealey Baskerville, 1410 Saddle Creek Dr. Highway 16, Houston, Tex. 77090; two sons, James T. Baskerville III and William E. Baskerville; and a daughter, Diana Marion.