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George Washington Armstrong

George Washington Armstrong, business executive. Member National (regional vice president 1953-1954, 55), Texas (president 1956) manufacturers associations, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce (president 1953), Newcomen society, Kappa Sigma.

Background

  • Armstrong, George Washington was born on April 27, 1900 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of George W. and Mamie (Allen) Armstrong.

  • Education

    • Student Carnegie Institute Technology, 1919-1922.

    Career

    • Murray (Mistress John H. James). Joined Texas Steel Company, Fort Worth, 1923, vice president, general manager, 1929-1941, president, 1941-1955, Chairman of the Board, since 1955. Director and Chairman of the Board Liberty Manufacturing Company, Scale Control, Inc.

      Director Fort Worth National Bank. Former industry representative National WSB.

    Membership

    Member National (regional vice president 1953-1954, 55), Texas (president 1956) manufacturers associations, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce (president 1953), Newcomen society, Kappa Sigma. Clubs: Ridglea Country, Shady Oaks Country, Fort Worth, Exchange (Fort Worth).

    Connections

    • Married Mary Catherine McNatt, June 5, 1932.
    • father: George W. Armstrong
    • mother: Mamie (Allen) Armstrong
    • spouse: Mary Catherine McNatt
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    Born April 27, 1900
    Died January 3, 1965
    (aged 64)
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