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Reginald A. Wentworth

Reginald A. Wentworth, American engineer. Member American Society Mech. Engineers (chairman management div.), Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (industrial committee 1934-1938), American Society Mech. Engineers.

Background

  • Wentworth, Reginald A. was born on November 23, 1882 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Hall and Annie L. (Locke) Wentworth.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1904.

    Career

    • 1910-1915; superintendent Saco-Lowell Shops, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1915-1918. In charge production, plant engineering, construction and installation United States Cartridge Company, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1918-1919. Works manager Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, New York, 1919-1922.

      Manufacturing manager Vice-President, The Barrett Company, New York, 1922-1931. Financial and executive vice president Sharp and Dohme, Philadelphia, 1931-1938. Labor coordinator Calco Chemical Company, Bound Brook, New Jersey, 1938-1940.

      Partner Wallace Clark & Company, consultants in management, New York City, 1940-1943. In private practice as management counsel since 1943. Trustee Lowell Textile School, 1916-1919.

      Philadelphia Community Fund, 1933-1938. Director Wentworth Institute, Boston, since 1918.

    Membership

    Member American Society Mech. Engineers (chairman management div.), Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (industrial committee 1934-1938), American Society Mech. Engineers; Clubs: Technology of Philadelphia (president 1937-1938).

    Connections

    • Married Marianne Palmer, June 14, 1905. Children: John, New York.
    • father: William Hall Wentworth
    • mother: Annie L. (Locke) Wentworth
    • spouse: Marianne Palmer
    • children: John Wentworth
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