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Douglas Farber Cannon was born in Florida. After graduating from Upper Arlington (Ohio) High School in 1972, he attended The Ohio State University on an Army ROTC scholarship. He graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism degree summa cum laude and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army. He delayed beginning active duty for one year. He completed a Master of Arts degree in journalism at The Ohio State University in 1976. He worked as a reporter for The Times-Leader in Martins Ferry, Ohio, until starting active duty at Fort Knox, Kentucky, in 1977. Over the next 26 years he served as an armor and public affairs officer in the Regular Army, Texas Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve. He graduated from the Armor Officer Basic Course in 1977, Information Officer Course in 1977, Armor Officer Advanced Course in 1983 and Command and General Staff College in 1989. He retired from the U.S. Army Reserve as a lieutenant colonel in 2003. After his initial active duty tour, he was publisher of The Sellersburg (Indiana) Star, an assistant professor of journalism at the University of Kentucky and an assistant professor of mass communications at Eastern Kentucky University. In 1984 he began working as a communicator for The United Methodist Church. He filled various administrative and executive communications positions for United Methodist agencies in Dallas and San Antonio, Texas, through May
2008. He entered the School of Graduate Studies at The University of Texas at Austin in August 2003.
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