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Cecil Hamilton Chilton

Cecil Hamilton Chilton, American engineer, economist. Recipient American Business Press editorial achievement award, 1966. Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (director 1971-1972), American Association Cost Engineers (award of merit, president 1962-1963), American Society for Engineering Education; Member Church of Nazarene.

Background

  • Chilton, Cecil Hamilton was born on September 25, 1918 in New York City. Son of Claudius Lysias and Clara Caroline (Weidmann) Chilton.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Auburn U., 1939. Master of Science, Carnegie-Mellon U., 1940.

    Career

    • Chemical engineer Mobil Oil Corporation, 1940-1941, E.I. duPont de Nemours & Company, 1941-1950. Editor McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1950-1966, editor-in-chief Chemical Engineering, 1959-1966. Technical economist Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, 1966-1972.

    Works

    • Editor: Cost Engineering in the Process Industries, 1960. Co-editor: Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, 1963, 5th edit., 1972.

    Membership

    Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (director 1971-1972), American Association Cost Engineers (award of merit, president 1962-1963), American Society for Engineering Education. Member Church of Nazarene.

    Connections

    • Married Florence Edna Zitzman, October 1, 1941. Children: Edward Morgan, Margaret Arnold (Mistress.
    • father: Claudius Lysias Chilton
    • mother: Clara Caroline (Weidmann) Chilton
    • spouse: Florence Edna Zitzman
    • children: Edward Morgan Chilton
    • Margaret Arnold (Mrs Chilton
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    Born September 25, 1918
    Died November 13, 1972
    (aged 54)
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