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George Arntzen Doole

George Arntzen Doole, American aviation company executive. Decorated Order of Cedars (Lebanon).

Background

  • Doole, George Arntzen was born on August 12, 1909 in Quincy, Illinois, United States. Son of George Andrew and Naomi (Arntzen) Doole.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1931. Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1939. Pilot, then chief pilot Pan American World Airways, New York City, 1934-1946, regional director Middle East and Asia, 1946-1953.

      President The Pacific Corporation, Washington, from 1953, then director. Director Air American, Inc., Air Asia Limited company, Washington, 1953-1985. President, chairman, director Arntzen and Company (name formerly DHM Company), Quincy, 1949-1985.

      Director Civil Air Transport Company Ltd., Taiwan, 1955-1985, Air American, Ltd., Hong Kong, Tai-Pacific Services Company Ltd., Bangkok.

    Career

    • President The Pacific Corporation, Washington, from 1953, then dir. Director Air American, Inc., Air Asia Company, Ltd. Director Civil Air Transport Company Ltd.

    Membership

    Member of the United States presidential team during negotiation 1st Air Transport Services agreement between United States and India, 1946. Governor admiral Bristol Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey, 1946-1951. Served from cadet to colonel United States Air Force, World World War II, Korea.

    Member Clipper Pioneers, American Institute Aero. and Astronautics, National Aero. Association, Order of Daedalions. Clubs: Wings, Harvard, Explorers (New York City).

    Connections

    • father: George Andrew Doole
    • mother: Naomi (Arntzen) Doole
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    Born August 12, 1909
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