Dr. Harold Shryock
Dr. Shryock grew up in Loma Linda, California and had his early years of education there. His academic training was taken at Pacific Union College, a bachelor of science degree being granted in 1930. He graduated from CME in 1934.
For his master of arts degree from University of Southern California in 1939, he had a major in zoology and a psychology minor.
Among the accomplishments Dr. Shryock has achieved are: dean of the Loma Linda division of the School of Medicine (1945), dean of the School of Medicine (1951), chairmanship of the Department of Anatomy of the Schools of Dentistry and Medicine of the College of Medical Evangelists at Loma linda (1957). In 1929 Dr. Shryock married Daisy May Bagwell, a graduate of the St. Helena Sanitarium School of Nursing. They have two children: Patricia Shryock Wallace and Edwin Shryock.
Dr. Shryock's interest are many and varied. Writing is a prime hobby. His choice of subjects reflects his appreciation for his home and children as well as his vital interest in people and their personal problems. The Shryocks have always found their greatest pleasure in their home and their children.