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Elmer Glenville Marshutz

Elmer Glenville Marshutz, American advertising executive. member Executive Board president’ advisory council St. Saint Louis University Captain A.S., United States Army, 1917-1919.

Background

  • Marshutz, Elmer Glenville was born on May 30, 1895 in St. Louis. Son of Charles and Margaret (Glenville) Marshutz.

  • Education

    • Student Washington University, St. Louis.

    Career

    • Sales promotion Bemis Brother Bag. Company, St. Louis, 1916. President Adamars Company, 1920-1925.

      Vice president Chappelow Advertising Company, 1925-1928. President Gardner Advertising Company, St. Louis, 1935-1954, Chairman of the Board, 1955-1959, honorary chairman of the board, since 1959. Vice chairman of the executive committee, director St. Louis Municipal Opera Association.

      Metropolitan board Young Men’s Christian Association. Director United Fund Greater St. Louis, Inc. Member Executive Board president’ advisory council St. Saint Louis University Captain A.S., United States Army, 1917-1919.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Executive Board president’ advisory council St. Saint Louis University Captain A.S., United States Army, 1917-1919. Clubs: Missouri Athletic, Old Warson Country, Noonday, Racquet, University (St. Louis).

    Connections

    • Married Josephine Adams, June 20, 1921.; married second time, Betty J. Gelt, April 21, 1958. Children: James Ward Bemis, Margaret.
    • father: Charles Marshutz
    • mother: Margaret (Glenville) Marshutz
    • spouses: Josephine Adams
    • second time
    • children: James Ward Bemis Marshutz
    • Margaret Marshutz
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    Born March 30, 1895
    Died December 7, 1961
    (aged 66)
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