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George Livingston Cassidy

George Livingston Cassidy, American association executive. Awarded Bronze Star, Army commendation ribbon, European-North African theatre ribbon with battle star; decorated officer, Order of the Crown (Belgium).

Background

  • Cassidy, George Livingston was born on July 24, 1902 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of George and Doctor Caroline (Macdermott) Cassidy.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, 1926. Student, New York University, 1942-1943.

    Career

    • Mary-Light Schaeffer, October 8, 1926. Children—Martin Macdermott, Patrick Livingston. Reporter. Providence (Rhode Island) Journal, 1922-1923.

      Reporter, Brooklyn (New York) Times, 1927-1934. Legislative correspondent, associate educated, New York Post, 1934-1940. Member, New York State Labor Relations Board, 1941-1943.

      Chief roving European correspondent, also war correspondent, New York Post, 1946-1947, editorial page editor, 1947. Assistant to general manager, New York Post Home News, managing editor, 1948. Public relations counsel, since 1948.

      Executive director America-Israel Society, since 1954. Member, manager American-Israel Society-Princeton Theological Seminary-Link Marine Archaeological Expedition to Israel, 1960.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member, New York State Labor Relations Board, 1941-1943. Member, manager American-Israel Society-Princeton Theological Seminary-Link Marine Archaeological Expedition to Israel, 1960. Member labor relations panel American Arbitration Association.

    Served United States Army, advancing from major lieutenant colonel, 1943-1946. Member Society of Silurians, Delta Upsilon. Club: Brown University (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Doctor; children: Martin Macdermott, Patrick Livingston.
    • father: George Cassidy
    • mother: Doctor Caroline (Macdermott) Cassidy
    • spouse: Doctor
    • children: Martin Macdermott Cassidy
    • Patrick Livingston Cassidy
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    Born July 24, 1902
    Died October 14, 1962
    (aged 60)
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