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Albert Fayette Thompson

Albert Fayette Thompson, American mechanic engineer. Mason (Scottish Rite, Shriner).

Background

  • Thompson, Albert Fayette was born on June 19, 1888 in Clarence, Missouri, United States. Son of Miles and Helen Marr (Wallace) Thompson.

  • Education

    • Navy training course Stevens Institute Technology, 1919.

    Career

    • Chief engineer Armour & Company, S. St. Paul plant, 1919-1921, Independence (Missouri) power plant, 1922-1924, Montgomery Ward power plant, Kansas City, 1924-1942. Mechanic engineer Nebraska Defense Corporation, headquarters, Fremont, 1942-1943. Nat. secretary, National Association Power Engineers, Inc., Chicago, 1943, national president, 1932-1933, director, 1936-1943, nat. secretary, 1943-1949, secretary-treasurer, 1949-1954.

      Chief engineer, building superintendent Chatham County Memorial Hospital, 1954-1965. Commissioned ensign, United States N.A.R.F., 1919, active duty, 1919-1923, inactive list, 1923-1931.

    Membership

    Mason (Scottish Rite, Shriner).

    Connections

    • Married Lillian Elizabeth Holzbaur, May 1, 1915.
    • father: Miles Thompson
    • mother: Helen Marr (Wallace) Thompson
    • spouse: Lillian Elizabeth Holzbaur
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    Died December 19, 1965
    (aged 77)
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