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Col. Carl Victor Steely  





Birth: Sep. 8, 1930 Louisville Jefferson County Kentucky,
Death: Oct. 5, 2010 Grand Rapids Kent County Michigan
Burial: Quantico National Cemetery Quantico Prince William County Virginia

son of Arthur Dillman Steely & Arthur Dillman Steely married 1st - --- ? and divorced Nov. 1960 Volusia county Florida

marrid 2nd - Joan Hollowell (her second marriage) They divorced in 1 Jul 1982 Orange county Flordia, Florida

married 3rd - Jill Coit

married 4th - abt 1992 Carol Sue ----

During the late 1980's into the 1990's he was a also professor at Ancilla Domni College at Dondaldson, Indiana






Thursday Octobert 14, Culver citizen:

Steely, formerly of Academies,
Culver B & B, Dies

Word has been recieved of the death of Col. Carl Steely on October 5, 2010.

A Marine Coprs veteran, Col. Steely served the Culver Academies in several capacities between 1966 and 1999.

He was also associated with the Culver Bed & Breakfast on Lake Shore drive during the mid-to-lake 1980s.

Steely began his career at Culver Academies as a Troop A counsler, served as commandant three times, was a member of the developement Office, served as the academic dean, and retired as an admissions counselot.

Col. Steely will be interred at Quantico National Cemetery and a memorial service is planned at Culver Memorial Chapel.

He is survived by a son, Chris (CMA class of '83), and daughters Catherine Rioux, Elizabeth, and Victoria, all of whom attended Culver academies as well as his granddaughter, Meagan Rioux, is a freshman at the school.






Steely was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, where he served 3 years active duty.

He prepared for college at Randolph Macon Academy in Front Royal, Virginia. He received a BA from Centre College in Kentucky where he majored in Chemistry. He was awarded a master's degree from Stetson University in 1964; and in 1971, he graduated from Notre Dame University with a master's degree in business administration.

At Florida Military School in DeLand, Florida, Steely served as Professor of Military Science and Tactics, starting in 1960.

At Culver Military Academy, beginning in 1966, he served as counselor of Troop A, Commandant of cadets, Academic Dean and assistant Director of Admissions. He spent more than 30 years CMA, retiring in 1999.

Colonel Steely is survived by his wife of 18 years, a son, Christopher Cain Steely (CMA '83), and daughters Catherine A. Steely Rioux (1979), Elizabeth, and Victoria Joan Steely (1977). His granddaughter, Megan Rioux, is currently attending CMA






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