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Louis Marchand Hague

Louis Marchand Hague, American manufacturer executive.

Background

  • Hague, Louis Marchand was born on November 30, 1899 in Pittsburgh. Son of Walter Linley and Lida Irwin (Marchand) Hague.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Lafayette College, 1923. Student New York Military Academy, 1913-1914, Shadyside Academy, 1914-1917.

    Career

    • With Rome Wire Company (New York), 1923, Walter E. Hague & Son, Pittsburgh, 1924-1927. With Hanson-Van Winkle-Munning Company, Matawan, New Jersey, 1928-1964, president, director 1948-1961, Chairman of the Board, 1961-1964 (co-merged with M&T Chemicals, Inc. 1964), executive adviser to chairman, 1964, retired 1965.

      Director New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company, New Jersey Manufacturers Casualty Insurance Company, New Jersey Manufacturers Indemnity Insurance Company (both Trenton). Mayor of Rumson, 1943-1947. Trustee Rumson Improvement Association, Monmouth Museum, Children’s Psychiatric Center, Inc.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member New Jersey Manufacturers Casualty Insurance Company, New Jersey Manufacturers Indemnity Insurance Company (both Trenton), Lasalco of Texas, Inc., Dallas, Lasalco, Inc., St. Louis. Member New Jersey Manufacturers Association (trustee, Trenton), A.I.M. (president’s council), New Jersey Council Economics Education (director), American Electroplates’ Society, American Ordnance Association. Clubs: Seabright (New Jersey) Beach.

    Connections

    • Married Kathryn Holton, January 12, 1924.
    • father: Walter Linley Hague
    • mother: Lida Irwin (Marchand) Hague
    • spouse: Kathryn Holton
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    Born November 30, 1899
    Died July 4, 1967
    (aged 67)
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