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Thomas Monroe

Thomas Monroe, American transportation executive. Decorated United States Legion of Merit, French Ordre Du Merite Maritime. Served as shipping advisor on Harriman Mission to Great Britain, 1941-1942; Served overseas, United States Navy, 1917-1919.

Background

  • Monroe, Thomas was born on July 19, 1899 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Franklin and Margaret (Melton) Monroe.

  • Education

    • Student Catholic U., 1919-1920, Children's Film Society, Georgetown University, 1923.

    Career

    • With United States Lines, since 1923, vice president, European general manager. Vice-president, director, European general manager, United States Lines Operations, Inc. Vice president Roosevelt S.S. Company, Inc.

      Chairman of the Board, director Atlantic Transport Limited company United States delegate to and United States member standing committee International Chamber of Shipping. Member European committee National Federation American Shipping. President Service Consignation Atlantique, Paris, Societe Maritime Anversoise, Antwerp, Rossquai, G.m.b.H., Hamburg.

    Membership

    Served as shipping advisor on Harriman Mission to Great Britain, 1941-1942. Served overseas, United States Navy, 1917-1919. Clubs: University, Army and Navy (United States).

    Connections

    • Married Helen Rosemary Schladt, July 26, 1923. Children: Thomas Melton, Nancy Sue (Mistress.
    • father: Franklin Monroe
    • mother: Margaret (Melton) Monroe
    • spouse: Helen Rosemary Schladt
    • children: Thomas Melton Monroe
    • Nancy Sue (Mrs Monroe
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    Born July 19, 1899
    Died December 9, 1959
    (aged 60)
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