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Frank Carlton Wardwell

Frank Carlton Wardwell, American civil engineer. Member panel National Safety Council, 1947-1950.; Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers.

Background

  • Wardwell, Frank Carlton was born on August 30, 1887 in Conneaut, Ohio, United States. Son of Jonn B. and Anna J. (Wilcox) Wardwell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1911, C.E., 1920.

    Career

    • March 1952); 1 son, Frank P. Married second, Grace Andress Grant, November 18, 1958. Draftsman to assistant chief engineer various R.R.’s, 1912-1924.

      Engineer hydroelec. project Stone & Webster, 1925-1935, chief engineer, project manager, 1941-1950, consultant development Canadian iron ore fields, 1951-1954. Cost engineer, senior accountant, assistant project manager power projects Tennessee Valley Authority, 1936-1940. Consultant 1200 mile railroad rebuilding Government of Mexico, 1955-1959.

      Executive vice-president, director Wardwell, Inc., Retail Merchandise, Fort Meade, Florida, 1960-1968.

    Works

    • Contributor articles in field to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member panel National Safety Council, 1947-1950.; Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers.

    Connections

    • Married Nettie E. Peirsol, August 23, 1912 (deceased.; married second, Grace Andress Grant, November 18, 1958.
    • father: Jonn B. Wardwell
    • mother: Anna J. (Wilcox) Wardwell
    • spouses: Nettie E. Peirsol
    • Grace Andress Grant
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    Born August 30, 1887
    Died January 22, 1968
    (aged 80)
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