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Norman Arthur Lougee

Norman Arthur Lougee, American engineer. Member American Gas Association, Newcomen Society, American Institute of Elctrical Engineering.

Background

  • Lougee, Norman Arthur was born on April 30, 1890 in Salem, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Arthur L. and Annah (Call) Lougee.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1907-1912.

    Career

    • S. Y. Coker), Norman Arthur, David F. Cons. engineering laboratory General Electric Company, assisted in building lighting generator, patent and development pellet lighting arresters, 1912-1922. Construction engineering Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, New York City, 1922-1938. Vice president Ulen & Company.

      New York City, 1938-1940. Senior partner N. A. Lougee & Company. New York City, from 1947, chairman, from 1951.

      Trustee Eastern Gas & Fuel Associates, Boston, 1956-1957.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member American Gas Association, Newcomen Society, American Institute of Elctrical Engineering.

    Connections

    • Married Gladys Mae Smith, December 26, 1916. Children: Aristine (wife of Colonel.
    • father: Arthur L. Lougee
    • mother: Annah (Call) Lougee
    • spouse: Gladys Mae Smith
    • child: Aristine (wife of Col Lougee
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