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Brother Amandus Leo

Brother Amandus Leo, American college dean. Fellow New York Academy Sciences, American Society of Civil Engineers,; Club: Knights of Columbus.

Background

  • Leo, Brother Amandus was born on February 14, 1901 in New York City. Son of William and Mary Elizabeth (Casey) C.

  • Education

    • Student Columbia, 1929-1932.

    Career

    • Teacher, grammar and high school, 1920-1928. Instructor сivil engineering Manhattan College, 1928-1929, assistant professor, 1929-1930, professor and dean, 1930-1961, dean engineering emeritus, 1961-1980. Member Institute Brothers of Christian Schools (religious teaching congregation).

      Trustee, Manhattan College, 1934-1954, Association Engineering Deans of New York State. Member Mayor’s Advisory Planning Board, Borough of Bronx, New York City, chairman, 1944-1963. Chairman grievance committee Concrete Industry Board, New York City.

      Member mayor’s advisory council special commission on technical and professional manpower. Licensed engineer, New York.

    Membership

    Fellow New York Academy Sciences, American Society of Civil Engineers. Club: Knights of Columbus.

    Connections

    • father: William C.
    • mother: Mary Elizabeth (Casey) C.
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    Born February 14, 1901
    Died April 8, 1980
    (aged 79)
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