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Robert Luther King

Robert Luther King, American management consultant. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946.

Background

  • King, Robert Luther was born on October 10, 1912 in Crestline, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles Vinton and Grace Virginia (Deam) King.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Western Reserve U., 1934, student Law School, 1923-1935.

    Career

    • Supervisor labor relations Swift & Company, Cleveland, 1936-1940. Director industrial relations Fisher Body div. General Motors Corporation, Cleveland, 1940-1943, Flint, Michigan, 1946.

      Director industrial relations Inland Container Corporation, Indianapolis, 1946-1949, Kansas City Power & Light Company (Missouri), 1949-1956, Theodore Hamm Brewing Company, St. Paul, 1956-1958. Vice president industrial public relations Rexall Drug & Chemical Company, Los Angeles, 1954-1964. Associate Heidrick & Struggles Company, Los Angeles, 1964-1966.

      President Robert L. King & Associates, 1966-1967.

    Membership

    Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Clubs: Midday (Cleveland).

    Connections

    • Married Ruth Mann, October 27, 1934. Children: Susan Deborah, Geoffrey Mann.
    • father: Charles Vinton King
    • mother: Grace Virginia (Deam) King
    • spouse: Ruth Mann
    • children: Susan Deborah King
    • Geoffrey Mann King
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    Born October 10, 1912
    Died November 6, 1967
    (aged 55)
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