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Julian Douglas Dickerson

Julian Douglas Dickerson, American steel company executive. Served with the Army United States, World World War World War II; Member American British iron and steel insts., American Ordnance Association, American Society Testing Materials, American Institute Mechanical Engineering, First Iron Works Association, Chautauqua Lake Association (1st v.p, directory).

Background

  • Dickerson, Julian Douglas was born on October 2, 1909 in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Edgar H. and Miriam (Marshall) Dickerson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering, Lehigh University, 1931. Student executive management Columbia, 1957, Businessmen’s Conference International Understanding, American University, Washington, District of Columbia, 1962.

    Career

    • With Crucible Steel Company of America, Pittsburgh, 1953-1961, vice president operations, 1958-1961. Assistant manager foreign management department Koppers Company, Inc., 1961-1962. General manager of operations Erie Forge & Steel Corporation, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1962-1966.

      Vice president manufacturing Chromium Mining and Smelting Corporation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1966-1967.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served with the Army United States, World World War World War II. Member American British iron and steel insts., American Ordnance Association, American Society Testing Materials, American Institute Mechanical Engineering, First Iron Works Association, Chautauqua Lake Association (1st v.p, directory). Clubs: Beaver Valley Country (Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania).

    Connections

    • Married Edith Talbott, March 2, 1935. Children: Elizabeth M., Lee T. Chief metallurgist Republic Steel Corporation.
    • father: Edgar H. Dickerson
    • mother: Miriam (Marshall) Dickerson
    • spouse: Edith Talbott
    • children: Elizabeth M. Dickerson
    • Lee T. Chief metallurgist Republic Steel Corp Dickerson
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    Died December 6, 1979
    (aged 70)
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