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Edwin Lee Andrew

Edwin Lee Andrew, American advertising executive. Served as commanding officer 19th aerial photographic section, United States Army, World War I.; Member Chamber of Commerce, Cleveland Advertising; Club, Newcomen Society, Sigma Delta Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Theta Delta Chi.

Background

  • Andrew, Edwin Lee was born on October 28, 1894 in Washington, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Charles Baker and Hanna Jane (Day) Andrew.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1916.

    Career

    • Assistant general advertising manager Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1916-1927, manager sales promotion merchandising div., 1923-1927. Div. sales manager General Cable Corporation, 1927-1931. Sales manager Dobeckmun Company, Cleveland, 1931-1933.

      Account executive Fuller & Smith & Ross, Inc., 1933-1935, vice president, 1935-1943, executive vice-president, director, from 1943, Chairman of the Board, 1954-1959. Board directors Cloyes Gear Works. Trustee of Cleveland Council World Affairs, Friends Cleveland Library.

    Works

    • Contributor to professional publications.

    Membership

    Served as commanding officer 19th aerial photographic section, United States Army, World War I. Member Chamber of Commerce, Cleveland Advertising. Club, Newcomen Society, Sigma Delta Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Theta Delta Chi.

    Clubs: Hermit, Country, Rowfant, Midday (Cleveland).

    Connections

    • Married Florence Fleming, December 24, 1917. Children: Charles F., Jane (Mistress.
    • father: Charles Baker Andrew
    • mother: Hanna Jane (Day) Andrew
    • spouse: Florence Fleming
    • children: Charles F. Andrew
    • Jane (Mrs Andrew
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    Died March 26, 1973
    (aged 78)
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