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Lauren Blakely Hitchcock

Lauren Blakely Hitchcock, French consultant chemical engineer, educator. award Western New York sect.


  • Hitchcock, Lauren Blakely was born on March 18, 1900 in Paris, France (parents United States citizens). Son of Frank Lauren and Margaret Johnson (Blakely) Hitchcock.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute Technology 1920, S.M. Entertainment, 1927, Science D., 1933.


    • August 1963); children—Eleanor M. (Mistress John R. Higgins) (deceased), Patricia (Mistress Peter Malof), Jacquelyn I. (Mistress K. E. Aamodt), Hope M. (Mistress J. A. Maurice Cantin), John. Married second, Lusyd Wright Smith, March 1, 1966 (deceased February 1971). Chemist, H. P. Hood & Sons, Boston, 1920.

      Professor chemical engineering University of Virginia, 1928-1935. Consultant chemical engineer, research executive, manager sales development Hooker Electro-Chemical Company, Niagara Falls, 1935-1944. Manager chemicals department Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, 1944-1946, vice president charge, 1946-1949.

      Director research and development National Dairy Products Corporation, also president National Dairy Research laboratories, Inc., New York City, 1949-1953. Management consultant, New York City, 1953. President, managing director Air Pollution Foundation, Los Angeles, 1954-1956.

      Consultant chemical engineer Lauren B. Hitchcock Associates, 1957-1963. Professor engineering State University New York at Buffalo, 1963-1972. Director graduate engineering Management television Network, 1969-1972.

      Director development Ecology & Environment, Inc., Buffalo, 1972.


    • Author numerous science articles field chemical technology and research management.


    Served with United States Naval Aviation Corps, 1918. Member American Society Engineering Education, American Institute Chemical Engineers (Professional Achievement award Western New York section 1971), American Chemical Society, Society Chemical Industry (chairman American section 1953-1954), Air Pollution Control Association, Commercial Chemical Development Association (president 1947-1949), Niagara Frontier Association Research and Development Dirs. (president 1970-1971), Sigma Xi, Alpha Chi Sigma.

    Clubs: Cosmos (Washington).


    • Married Eleanor M. Mulhern, September 22, 1920 (deceased.; married second, Lusyd Wright Smith, March 1, 1966 (deceased. Children: Eleanor M. (Mistress.
    • father: Frank Lauren Hitchcock
    • mother: Margaret Johnson (Blakely) Hitchcock
    • spouses: Eleanor M. Mulhern
    • Lusyd Wright Smith
    • child: Eleanor M. (Mrs Hitchcock
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    Born March 18, 1900
    Died October 16, 1972
    (aged 72)