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Enders Mcclumpha Voorhees

Enders Mcclumpha Voorhees, American steel executive. Served Lieutenant 73d Field Artillery, Camp Jackson, 1917-1918.; Member Holland Society, St. Nicholas Society.

Background

  • Voorhees, Enders Mcclumpha was born on April 28, 1891 in Amsterdam, New York, United States. Son of James and Margaret (McClumpha) Voorhees.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Dartmouth, 1914. Student Amos Tuck School of Finance, 1914, Bentley School of Accounting (Boston), 1914-1916. Doctor of Commercial Science (honorary), New York University, 1950.

    Career

    • Accountant Hollis H. Sawyer & Company, 1914-1915. With Pacific Commercial Company, Manila, 1915-1916. Assistant comptroller United States Rubber Company, 1918-1920.

      General auditor and assistant to president, Ajax Rubber Company, 1921-1925. With Sanderson & Porter & Washington Harriman & Company, 1926-1927. General auditor, later secretary-treasurer Vice-President, Johns-Manville Corporation, 1927-1937.

      Vice chairman finance committee United States Steel Corporation, 1937-1938, chairman finance committee, member Executive Committee, director, 1938-1956, director, member finance and executive coms., 1956-1965.

    Membership

    Served Lieutenant 73d Field Artillery, Camp Jackson, 1917-1918. Member Holland Society, St. Nicholas Society. Clubs: Links, Dartmouth, Seminole, Jupiter Island.

    Connections

    • Married Blanche Pauline Andrews, September 15, 1923, Junior.
    • father: James Voorhees
    • mother: Margaret (McClumpha) Voorhees
    • spouse: Blanche Pauline Andrews
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    Died April 12, 1980
    (aged 88)
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