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Raymond Carlton Seitz Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who

Dr. Seitz has been endorsed by Marquis Who's Who as a leader in the real estate industry

    BALTIMORE, MD, March 05, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Marquis Who's Who, the world's premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present R. Carlton Seitz, PhD with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dr. Seitz celebrates over 40 years of experience in local real estate affairs having managed family real estate in core Towson since 1985. As managing member of Seitz & Moore Properties, LLC from 1996 to 2014 his tenants included Wells Fargo Bank, Towson Business Association and over 15 other local businesses. He successfully led against an attempt to condemn the family holding for public use in 1979-1981. The LLC property was sold in December 2012 to Caves Valley Partners, LLC. Dr. Seitz resides in Towson and he continues to hold several other business properties in Towson.

Dr. R. Carlton Seitz, property manager, was born in Baltimore, MD Sept. 19, 1936 the son of Raymond Albright and Dorothy Sumner (Cook). He married Phyllis Gail Evans of Los Alamos, New Mexico, Dec. 23, 1959 in Annapolis, MD. They were divorced in 1966 and have a son, Raymond Clayton Seitz of Parkton, MD. Carlton graduated from Gilman Country School for Boys in Baltimore in 1954. He completed two years at Union College in electrical engineering (1954-1956). He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. John's College (the Great Books Program) in Annapolis, MD in 1962. Continuing his studies at Johns Hopkins University in the department of geophysics, he worked as a staff research assistant in estuarine oceanography at the Chesapeake Bay Institute from 1965 to 1972. He was a NSF student fellow at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in the summer of 1963 (R/V Atlantis I – Gulf Stream) and again in summer of 1965 (R/V Atlantis II – Marianas Trench). He was awarded a MA degree in 1965 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in physical oceanography in 1972 from the John Hopkins University. Dr. Seitz was an assistant professor of Oceanography at Ft. Schuyler Maritime College in New York City from 1972 to 1976; Dr. Seitz attended the NATO conference on the oceanic 'Benthic Boundary Layer' held in Les Arcs, France, November 1974. He obtained a MBA degree in finance (with distinction) from Hofstra University in 1977. Since 1980 Carlton has done extensive research in family history and genealogy and has several special collections of materials at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis, MD.

Publications: (1) Thermostad Antonym of Thermocline. Journal of Marine Research, Vol. 25, 2, p. 203; Seitz, R.C., 1971 (The suffix 'stad' is now in common use throughout the field of Oceanography); (2) Temperature and Salinity Distributions in Vertical Sections Along the Longitudinal Axis and across the Entrance of the Chesapeake Bay, Graphical Summary No. 5, Chesapeake Bay Institute, Ref. 71-1; Seitz, R.C., 1972 (data collected on the R. V. Ridgely Warfield from 1966 to 1972 are still being used for computer modeling of the Chesapeake Bay); (3) PhD Dissertation, Observations of Intermediate and Small Scale Turbulent Water Motion in the Presence of Vertically Stratified Fields of Density in a Tidal Estuary, 2 Vols, 1972 (This research established the minus 5/3 decay of all three dimensions of isotropic oceanic turbulence as predicted by A. N. Kolmogoroff and also demonstrated the presence of unstable, breaking internal gravity waves in high richardson number geophysical scale flows); (4) R. Carlton Seitz (1995): Maps Of Land Patents in Northern Baltimore and Carroll Counties (Maryland), Family Line Publishing, Westminster, MD 1995; (5) R. Carlton Seitz: Walker Families of Baltimore County, MD, Vols I & II, Createspace 2013 & 2016; (6) R. Carlton Seitz: Jonathan Fuller, Jr. (1719-1777) of Westminster, Vermont. Createspace 2018 (Jonathan Fuller, Jr. was an ancestor of Carlton's ex-wife, Gail Evans Seitz); (7) R. Carlton Seitz & Mary T. Hartzell; Samuel and Christiana Klinefelter Seitz of Hametown, York County, PA, Createspace, 2018.

Carlton joined the Masonic Lodge in 1964. Since the mid 1970s Carlton has collected numerous antiquarian items and developed a skill in craft bookbinding. He was a member of the Baltimore Area Conservation Group in the 1980s. He was in the U. S. Army from 1956 to 1958. He resides in Towson, MD –

In recognition of outstanding contributions to his profession and the Marquis Who's Who community, Raymond Seitz has been featured on the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement website. Please visit for more information about this honor.

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