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I. Sewell Morris

I. Sewell Morris, American association executive. Decorated Legion of Merit, Army Commendation ribbon with metal pendant with 2 oak leaf clusters, Distinguished Service Medal; recipient Salsberg Memorial medal, 1963. Member Association American Railroads, National Defense Transportation Association (chairman board), Washington Traffic.

Background

  • Morris, I. Sewell was born on April 18, 1909 in Federalsburg, Maryland, United States. Son of I. Henry and Ethel (Brinsfield) S.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1932. Graduate Infantry School, 1937, Command and General Staff College, 1947, Armed Forces Staff College, 1947, Industrial College Armed Forces, 1949.

    Career

    • 1 son, Jay Fleron. Commissioned Second lieutenant, infantry, United States Army, 1932, advanced through grades to major general, 1959. Served with infantry, 1932-1941. Transferred to Transportation Corps, 1941.

      Executive director Military Traffic Management Agency, 1958-1962. Commander defense traffic management service Defense Supply Agency, 1962-1963. Retired, 1963; assistant vice president Association American Railroads, 1963-1969, vice president, assistant to president, 1969-1975.

      Chairman board visitors United States Army Transportation School, Fort Eustic, Virginia, 1964-1975.

    Membership

    Member Association American Railroads, National Defense Transportation Association (chairman board), Washington Traffic. Clubs: Burning Tree.

    Connections

    • Married Harriett Melissa Joslin Fleron, June 11, 1932.
    • father: I. Henry S.
    • mother: Ethel (Brinsfield) S.
    • spouse: Harriett Melissa Joslin Fleron
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    Died March 22, 1975
    (aged 65)
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