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Irving Paul Friedman

Irving Paul Friedman, former toy manufacturing company executive, business and management consultant. member internal audit committee City of Delray Beach (Florida), 1983-1984; Member National Association Accountants (organizer Jersey City chapter, president 1960-1961, medal 1962, national director 1961-1962), American Association of University Professors, Stuart Cameron McLeod Society.

Background

  • Friedman, Irving Paul was born on February 12, 1915 in New York City. Son of Max and Ida (Kaplan) Friedman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Business Administration, St. John's University, 1937. Postgraduate City College of New York, 1938-1939. Doctor of Philosophy. in Business Administration, International Institute for Advanced Studies, 1980.

    Career

    • Controller of costs National Silver Company, Brooklyn, 1946-1947. Consultant, controller Temple Tone Radio Corporation, New London, Connecticut, 1947-1948. Cost. manager, cost reduction coordinator Lightolier, Inc., Jersey City, 1948-1967.

      Corporation director cost Ideal Toy Corporation, Hollis, New York, 1967-1980. Conductor cost seminars, since 1957. Lecturer Fairleigh Dickinson University, St. John's University.

      Visiting professor California Polytechnic Institute, Stevens Institute of Technology, Rutgers University, St. Peter's College, Palm Beach Atlantic College, 1981-1982, American Management Association, National Association Accountants, since 1960. Chairman, Englewood (New Jersey) School Budget Committee, 1957-1959. Member internal audit committee City of Delray Beach (Florida), 1983-1984.

      Board directors Palm Beach chapter American Diabetes Association, 1982-1984.

    Works

    • Author: Cost Control and Profit Improvement through Product Analysis, 1966. Contributing author: The Improvement of Industrial Management and Accounting. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Member internal audit committee City of Delray Beach (Florida), 1983-1984. Member National Association Accountants (organizer Jersey City chapter, president 1960-1961, medal 1962, national director 1961-1962), American Association of University Professors, Stuart Cameron McLeod Society.

    Connections

    • Married Edith Levites, March 22, 1942. Children– Melvin Howard, Carla Rae.
    • father: Max Friedman
    • mother: Ida (Kaplan) Friedman
    • spouse: Edith Levites
    • children: Melvin Howard Friedman
    • Carla Rae Friedman
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