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Alfred Ernest Waller

Alfred Ernest Waller, American electrical engineer.

Background

  • Waller, Alfred Ernest was born on March 23, 1888 in White Plains, New York, United States. Son of James Taylor and Sarah Louise (Fisher) Waller.

  • Education

    • Graduated from the high school, White Plains, 1906. Student in Electrical Engineer, Cooper Union, New York. Special courses in mineralogy and radio frequency currents, Columbia.

    Career

    • Employed in underground department New York Edison Company. Became connected with Ward Leonard Electric Company, 1909, production manager, 1916, chief engineer, 1918, director, 1923-1928. Managing director National Elec.

      Manufacturers Association, 1926-1929. Then employment manager of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of New New York.

    Works

    • Contributor on technical subjects to mags., also syndicated articles.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member board of trustees and in charge of Public Works of Village of Bronxville, 1939-1948, in charge Division of Public Works, same, 1939-1948. Member New York City Advisory Council on Business Education. Special mention for work on signal corps equipment.

    World War.; Fellow American Institute Electrical Engineer. Member New York State Society Professional Engineers, Society American Military Engineers, Electric Power. Clubs: National Republican (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Berthe Helene MacMonnies, September 19, 1917.; married second, Carolyn Hobart Harris, March 8, 1941. Children: Leonard, Marjorie, David.
    • father: James Taylor Waller
    • mother: Sarah Louise (Fisher) Waller
    • spouses: Berthe Helene MacMonnies
    • Carolyn Hobart Harris
    • children: Leonard Waller
    • Marjorie Waller
    • David Waller
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