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Eugene Beede Whittemore

Eugene Beede Whittemore, American manufacturer executive. Member N.A.M. (past director), New England Council (vice president). N.H. Manufacturers Association (past director, past president).

Background

  • Whittemore, Eugene Beede was born on March 30, 1902 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Walter Mortimer and Alberta (Perringo) Whittemore.

  • Education

    • Graduate Roxbury Latin School, 1920. Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1924.

    Career

    • Assistant to president Rumford Press. Concord, N.H., 1924-1929. Production manager Old Colony Envelope Company, Westfield, Massachusetts, 1929-1933.

      Sales research manager Strathmore Paper Company, Springfield. Massachusetts, 1933-1937. Management consultant, partner Robert Heller & Associates, Cleveland, 1937-1940.

      President, treasurer Morley Company, Portsmouth. N.H., since 1940; past president, director N.H. Business Development Corporation, Concord, N.H. Director, New Hampshire Insurance Company of Manchester: director Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Public Service Company of N.H. Board of directors N.H. Council World Affairs.

      Trustee Portsmouth Hospital.

    Membership

    Member N.A.M. (past director), New England Council (vice president). N.H. Manufacturers Association (past director, past president). Clubs: Tennis and Racquet, Union (Boston).

    Connections

    • Married Mary Louise Harris, October 29, 1932.
    • father: Walter Mortimer Whittemore
    • mother: Alberta (Perringo) Whittemore
    • spouse: Mary Louise Harris
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    Born March 30, 1902
    Died July 31, 1962
    (aged 60)
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