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Frederick Atkins Coe

Frederick Atkins Coe, American paper manufacturer. member Technology Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Omega Delta Phi.; Mason.; Club:.

Background

  • Coe, Frederick Atkins was born on February 3, 1889 in Harrison, New Jersey, United States. Son of Harry Barwood and Rosetta Wilhelmina Frederica (Horstmann) Coe.

  • Education

    • Student Woods Business College, Newark, 1904, Newark Technology School, night, 1905-1907, 1908-1909, Mechanics’ Institute, New York City, nights, 1910-1911, Columbia, nights, 1914-1918. Bachelor of Science, Cooper Union, 1918, C.E., 1921.

    Career

    • Plant engineer, West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company, Mechanicsville, New York, 1922-1942, assistant mill manager, 1942-1947, mill manager from 1947, director since 1948. Director and member Executive Board, Indian River Company, Albany, New York, from 1947. Licensed professional engineer, New York State Director Associated Industries of New York State.

      Member Technology Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Omega Delta Phi.

    Membership

    Member Technology Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Omega Delta Phi. Mason.; Club:.

    Connections

    • Married Ella Louise Mullen, March 10, 1911. Children: Beatrice E. (Mistress Ben F. Ingraham), Fred A. Junior.
    • father: Harry Barwood Coe
    • mother: Rosetta Wilhelmina Frederica (Horstmann) Coe
    • spouse: Ella Louise Mullen
    • children: Beatrice E. Coe (Mistress Ben F. Ingraham)
    • Fred A. Jr Coe
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    Born February 3, 1889
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