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Paul Morton Ripley

Paul Morton Ripley, American transportation executive. Member National Industrial Traffic League (past president), Association Interstate Commerce Practitioners (past chairman), American Steamship Owners Association (past chairman), National Freight Traffic Association (past president), Pilgrims, New England Society, Newcomen.; Mason.

Background

  • Ripley, Paul Morton was born on February 25, 1883 in Rock Island, Illinois, United States. Son of Joseph Pierce and Harriet (Konantz) Ripley.

  • Education

    • Student of University Wis.

    Career

    • Assistant general traffic manager, assistant to president El Paso & Southwestern Railway, 1908-1917. Traffic manager American Sugar Refining Company, 1917-1954. President American Sugar Transit Corporation, 1935-1949, Butler County R.R., 1928-1936, Brooklyn Cooperage Company, 1941-1954.

      Director C.&N.-W. Railway. Trustee of Green Point Savings Bank, Brooklyn.

    Membership

    Member National Industrial Traffic League (past president), Association Interstate Commerce Practitioners (past chairman), American Steamship Owners Association (past chairman), National Freight Traffic Association (past president), Pilgrims, New England Society, Newcomen. Mason.; Clubs: Traffic (senior past president), Union League (past treasurer, Chairman of the Board Governors) (New York City).

    Connections

    • father: Joseph Pierce Ripley
    • mother: Harriet (Konantz) Ripley
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    Born February 25, 1883
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