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Arhtur Ervin Arnold Mueller

Arhtur Ervin Arnold Mueller, business executive. Member Gray Iron Founders Society, American Foundrymens Association, Newcomen Society, N.A.M., Malleable Founders’ Society.

Background

  • Mueller, Arhtur Ervin Arnold was born on September 7, 1907 in Wausau, Wisconsin, United States. Son of A. C. and O. (Abraham) Mueller.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Lawrence College, 1929. A.M., Cornell, 1930.

    Career

    • April 1958); children—James, Richard, Anne, Kathryn. Married second, Dorothy Geisger, June 4, 1962. 1 stepson, James Geiser.

      Sales representative for American National Securities Company, Wausau, 1930-1933. Vice president Northern Wisconsin Securities, 1933-1940. President Marathon Foundry & Machine Company, 1940-1949.

      Director North Central Airlines since 1948, now Chairman of the Board. Chairman of the Board Love Brothers, Inc., Aurora, Illinois, Love Brothers-Pyott Division, Milwaukee, Sterling Casting Company, Bluffton, Indiana, Badger Malleable & Manufacturing Company S. Milwaukee. Mueller Industries, Inc., Aurora.

      President Midwestern Foundries, Inc., Garrett, Indiana, North Central Realty Company, Wausau vice-president, director Inter city state Bank, Schofield, Wisconsin. Director Ojibway Press (Duluth).

    Works

    • Author: Economic Effects of Installment Buying on the Business Cycle, 1930.

    Membership

    Member Gray Iron Founders Society, American Foundrymens Association, Newcomen Society, N.A.M., Malleable Founders’ Society. Clubs: Executives (Chicago).

    Connections

    • Married Helen Lemke, June 24, 1933 (deceased.; married second, Dorothy Geisger, June 4, 1962. Children: James, Richard, Anne, Kathryn.
    • father: A. C. Mueller
    • mother: O. (Abraham) Mueller
    • spouses: Helen Lemke
    • second
    • children: James Mueller
    • Richard Mueller
    • Anne Mueller
    • Kathryn Mueller
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    Born September 7, 1907
    Died March, 1965
    (aged 57)
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