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Raymond Joseph Mcsoley

Raymond Joseph Mcsoley, American hotel executive. Served with Flying Corps United States Navy Reserve, World War I.; Member American, International, Cleveland (past president) hotel associations, Ohio Hotels Association (past president), Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, Cleveland Convention and Trade Show Bureau (director), Euclid Avenue Association (president).

Background

  • Mcsoley, Raymond Joseph was born on July 16, 1897 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, United States. Son of James F. and L’Mina (Gilman) Mcsoley.

  • Education

    • Student public schools, Boston.

    Career

    • With Paine, Webber & Company, Boston, 1917-1924. Staff various resort hotels, 1924-1929. Clerk front office Hotels Statler, Boston, 1929-1931, manager Chicago office, 1931-1934, sales manager Hotel Statler, Boston, 1935-1938, executive assistant manager, 1938-1943, general manager Hotel Statler, Cleveland, since 1943.

      Advisory board Charity Hospital.

    Membership

    Served with Flying Corps United States Navy Reserve, World War I. Member American, International, Cleveland (past president) hotel associations, Ohio Hotels Association (past president), Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, Cleveland Convention and Trade Show Bureau (director), Euclid Avenue Association (president). Clubs: Rotary, Advertising, Automobile (traffic panel).

    Athletic (Cleveland).

    Connections

    • Married to Kathleen B. McAuley, September 30, 1931 (deceased September 1956). Children: Kathleen Ann, Raymond Joseph.
    • father: James F. Mcsoley
    • mother: L’Mina (Gilman) Mcsoley
    • spouse: to Kathleen B. McAuley
    • children: Kathleen Ann Mcsoley
    • Raymond Joseph Mcsoley
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    Died April 16, 1959
    (aged 61)
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