Douglas C. Turnbull, Jr., graduated from The Johns Hopkins University as one of its most celebrated athletes. He was the first person ever to be chosen to be First Team All America in lacrosse; he also was selected as First Team All America in football during his senior year. Upon graduating with his degree in engineering (in three years) and his master's degree in engineering (in his fourth year), he played amateur lacrosse until he was in his 40's, coached at the amateur/club level and at the Gilman School in Baltimore, and was elected to the Lacrosse Hall of Fame. He held the position of vice president of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Doug and Virginia Stuart Turnbull had five children: Robert Bruce, Lt. Col., USA; Edwin L.; Douglas, III; Jack; and Virginia.