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Carlyle Fraser

Carlyle Fraser, business executive. Served as American Employer delegate International Labor Argn., Paris, 1945; Member Chamber of Commerce (president 1943), Chamber of Commerce of the United States (director, 1940-1944, vice president, 1944-1949, chairman finance, budget and audit committee, 1943-1949), National Automotive Parts Association (president 1941-1942), Alpha Delta Phi.; Mason.; Club: Kiwanis (president Atlanta club, 1946).

Background

  • Fraser, Carlyle was born on December 23, 1894 in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, United States. Son of Review Hugh Russell and Jessie E. (Hough) Fraser.

  • Education

    • Student Stone School, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, 1909-1913, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, 1913-1915.

    Career

    • Sales manager Superior Motor Parts Company, Pittsburgh, 1919-1925. President Genuine Parts Company, Wheeling, West Virginia, 1925-1928. President Genuine Parts Company, Atlanta, 1928-1947, Chairman of the Board since 1947.

      Chairman board Echlin Manufacturing Company, New Haven, also various parts companies. Chairman of the Board Southern Life Insurance Company, Atlanta. Director, member Executive Committee, Trust Company Georgia, Atlanta Gas Light Company, Atlanta.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served as American Employer delegate International Labor Argn., Paris, 1945. Member Chamber of Commerce (president 1943), Chamber of Commerce of the United States (director, 1940-1944, vice president, 1944-1949, chairman finance, budget and audit committee, 1943-1949), National Automotive Parts Association (president 1941-1942), Alpha Delta Phi. Mason.; Club: Kiwanis (president Atlanta club, 1946).

    Connections

    • Married Isobel Anne Fraser. Children: Jack Carlyle, D. Jean (Mistress.
    • father: Review Hugh Russell Fraser
    • mother: Jessie E. (Hough) Fraser
    • spouse: Isobel Anne Fraser
    • children: Jack Carlyle Fraser
    • D. Jean (Mrs Fraser
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    Born December 23, 1894
    Died September 12, 1961
    (aged 66)
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