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Herbert Preston Ladds

Herbert Preston Ladds, business executive. Served overseas with artillery unit, World War I. Director Fenn College, Young Men's Christian Association; Member Cleveland Chamber of Commerce (past president), St. Lukes Hospital Association (director). Vice president National Air Races since 1946.

Background

  • Ladds, Herbert Preston was born on February 25, 1896 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of Samuel and Bertha (Hindaugh) Ladds.

  • Education

    • Student Manual Training High School, Brooklyn, New York, 1909-1912.

    Career

    • Vice president Lamson and Sessions, Cleveland, 1919-1937. President Sweets Steel Company, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1937-1939, National Screw and Manufacturing Company, 1939-1963. Chairman of the executive committee and director American Shipbldg.

      Company, Cleveland; director Interlake Steamship Company, True Temper Corporation, Western Maryland Railway Company, White Motor Company, Union Commerce Bank Cleveland, Ohio Bell Telephone Сompany, Motch & Merryweather Machinery Company.

    Membership

    Served overseas with artillery unit, World War I. Director Fenn College, Young Men's Christian Association. Member Cleveland Chamber of Commerce (past president), St. Lukes Hospital Association (director). Vice president National Air Races since 1946.

    Connections

    • Married Grace MacBain, May 17, 1924. Children: Mary, Herbert P. Sales department.
    • father: Samuel Ladds
    • mother: Bertha (Hindaugh) Ladds
    • spouse: Grace MacBain
    • children: Mary Ladds
    • Herbert P. Sales department Ladds
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    Born February 25, 1896
    Died April 6, 1963
    (aged 67)
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