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Edward Hatton Gallup

Edward Hatton Gallup, American transportation executive. Served as lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1941-1946.; Member Military Order World Wars (chapter trustee 1952-1969), Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Background

  • Gallup, Edward Hatton was born on January 16, 1898 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Edward Hatton and Marion (Ramsey) Gallup.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1920, postgraduate, 1929. New York University, 1930-1931.

    Career

    • Sales, Bird & Son, Boston, 1923-1928, Ginn & Company, Boston, 1928-1941. Secretary Pittsburgh Hotels Association, 1946-1953. Assistant general manager Penn-Sheraton Hotel, Pittsburgh, 1953-1959.

      Assistant executive director Port Authority Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 1960-1969. Lecturer U. Pittsburgh, 1946-1957. Consultant Pennsylvania Department Labor and Industry, 1966-1969.

      President South Hills Child Guidance Association, 1957-1958. Treasurer Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society, 1962-1968. President Pittsburgh chapter Pennsylvania Association for the Blind, 1966-1969, trustee, 1959.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Served as lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Member Military Order World Wars (chapter trustee 1952-1969), Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Clubs: University, Longue Vue Country, Harvard-Yale-Princeton (director president Western Pennsylvania 1951).

    Connections

    • Married Claire Louise Lenfestey, December 18, 1924. Children: Edward Hatton III, Marion Elizabeth (Mistress Robert H. Drummond).
    • father: Edward Hatton Gallup
    • mother: Marion (Ramsey) Gallup
    • spouse: Claire Louise Lenfestey
    • children: Edward Hatton III Gallup
    • Marion Elizabeth Gallup (Mistress Robert H. Drummond)
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    Born January 16, 1898
    Died December 7, 1969
    (aged 71)
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