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Abram Peters Steckel

Abram Peters Steckel, American engineer, retired. award by National Assn. Club: Saturn (Buffalo). Developed Steckel processes for hot rolling and cold rolling metals.

Background

  • Steckel, Abram Peters was born on April 1, 1879 in Myersdale, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Lewis Daniel and Barbara (Peters) Steckel.

  • Education

    • Electrical Engineer, Lehigh University, 1899. Honorary Eng.D., for “contributions to art and science of steel manufacturers” Lehigh University, 1941.

    Career

    • Began as engineer, 1900. Engaged private research, 1921-1926. Founded Cold Metal Process Company, Youngstown, O., 1926, retired, 1933.

      Received Modern Pioneer award by National Association of Manufacturers.

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Club: Saturn (Buffalo). Developed Steckel processes for hot rolling and cold rolling metals.

    Connections

    • Married Mabel Rushworth, September 1, 1908 (died 1926). Children: Frederick Rushworth, Barbara Ann (Mistress.
    • father: Lewis Daniel Steckel
    • mother: Barbara (Peters) Steckel
    • spouse: Mabel Rushworth
    • children: Frederick Rushworth Steckel
    • Barbara Ann (Mrs Steckel
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    Born April 1, 1879
    Died August 19, 1954
    (aged 75)
    Nationality

    Award