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Emmett R. Shute

Emmett R. Shute, American banking executive. awarded a chief signal officers Certificate of appreciation, 1944; awarded Dept. Served lieutenant colonel Signal Corps, Army of the United States.; Member; Member-at-large National council Boy Scouts American (Silver Beaver award).; Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering; member Institute of Radio Engineers; member Newcomen Society, National Audubon Society; Mason.

Background

  • Shute, Emmett R. was born on May 26, 1889 in Coal City, Indiana, United States. Son of Joseph Tipton and Cora Virginia (Bealmear) Shute.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer, Purdue University, 1912.

    Career

    • 1 son, Alden Hurrell. Telegraph operator, 1900-1912. Engineering assistant Western Union Telegraph Company.

      New York City, 1912-1917, assistant traffic engineer, 1917-1919, general supervisor traffic and costs, 1919-1921, operating engineer, 1921-1928, general superintendent traffic, 1928-1938, vice president traffic, 1938-1949, vice president, charge commercial and traffic departments, 1949-1950, vice president charge operation, 1950-1954. President Serial Federal Savings & Loan Association New York, 1954-1961, Chairman of the Board, since 1961. Director Gold & Stock Telegraph Company and 18 subsidiaries, 1938-1954.

      Licensed professional engineer, New York. Director Ramp buildings Corporation, Motoramp Garages Maryland.

    Politics

    Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    The life with Christ is not only to live in the atmosphere of your local church. God made his children creative, productive, and therefore able to make the whole world a better place.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    The strong feature of Methodism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money. They share with ordained ministers the role of setting direction for the churches in a particular area or 'circuit'.

    Membership

    Served lieutenant colonel Signal Corps, Army of the United States. Member; Member-at-large National council Boy Scouts American (Silver Beaver award). Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering.

    Member Institute of Radio Engineers. Member Newcomen Society, National Audubon Society. Mason.; Clubs: University, Purdue, New York Railroad-Machinery (New York C).

    Connections

    • Married Aline Louise Hurrell, October 3, 1914.
    • father: Joseph Tipton Shute
    • mother: Cora Virginia (Bealmear) Shute
    • spouse: Aline Louise Hurrell
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    Born March 26, 1889
    Died July 21, 1965
    (aged 76)
    Nationality

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