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Fletcher Mccullough Durbin

Fletcher Mccullough Durbin, American manufacturing executive. Served as Second lieutenant United States Vols., Cuba, 1898, Indiana National Guard, 1899-1904.; Member Local Draft Board 143, 1942-1947. Formerly trustee Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Chicago; Member American Society Mech. Engineers Military Order Loyal Legion, Indiana Society of Chicago (president 1927).

Background

  • Durbin, Fletcher Mccullough was born on April 25, 1880 in Anderson, Indiana, United States. Son of Winfield T. and Bertha (McCullough) Durbin.

  • Education

    • Educated Lawrenceville (New Jersey) School. Williams College, 1904.

    Career

    • And operation of electric rys., Indiana, 1903-1910. Railway manager J. G. White & Company, New York, 1911. Manufacturing business, New York City, 1912-1915.

      Vice president Sefton Manufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 1915-1927. President National Association Folding Box-makers, 1924-1925. President Paperboard Industries Association, 1925-1927.

      Director First Investors Company of Illinois.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served as Second lieutenant United States Vols., Cuba, 1898, Indiana National Guard, 1899-1904. Member Local Draft Board 143, 1942-1947. Formerly trustee Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Chicago.

    Member American Society Mech. Engineers Military Order Loyal Legion, Indiana Society of Chicago (president 1927). Clubs: Chicago, Saddle and Cycle, Commercial (Chicago).

    Connections

    • Married Hazel West, November 20, 1907. Children: Elinor West, Winfield T. World War II Engaged in construction.
    • father: Winfield T. Durbin
    • mother: Bertha (McCullough) Durbin
    • spouse: Hazel West
    • children: Elinor West Durbin
    • Winfield T. World War II Engaged in constrn Durbin
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    Born April 25, 1880
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