George Samuel Brockway (July 6, 1896 - January 22, 1974) was a Florida based civil engineer active in Palm Beach. Brockway was born in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Brockway served in World War I (1914 - 1818) with the 17th Engineers and in World War II (1939 - 1945) as a commander of the 'Seabees' in the Pacific. He moved to Palm Beach in 1920. There, he founded the Engineering firm of Brockway, Owen and Anderson, which over time changed to 'Brockway, Weber, and Brockway', when his son George Robert Brockway (July 5, 1925 - May 15, 2008) and Roy E. Weber took over Owen and Anderson's shares. Brockway's son, George Robert, was born in West Palm Beach. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II (1939 - 1945) and subsequently remained for 30 years in the Reserves' 'Seabees' as an engineer, achieving a captain's rank. 'Captain Bob' as he was known among friends, graduated in 1950 from the University of Florida with a degree in civil engineering. He served in various community and local government organizations as consulting engineer and surveyor. He also taught surveying at Palm Beach Community College.

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