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Charles Raymond Landrigan

Charles Raymond Landrigan, American utility executive. Served as private Ordnance Department, United States Army, 1917-1919; Member Michigan Electric Association (president, director), Controllers Institute, National Industrial Conference Board, Detroit Board Commerce, Citizens Housing and Planning Commission, American Ordnance Association, Detroit Citizens League, American Legion, Edison Electric Institute, Newcomen Society.

Background

  • Landrigan, Charles Raymond was born on August 4, 1894 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of John Jay and Caroline (Ingram) Landrigan.

  • Education

    • Courses mechanic and electrical engineering, accountancy night and correspondent schools.

    Career

    • Joined Detroit Edison Company, 1912, assistant controller, 1932-1949, became controller, 1949, vice president, controller, 1953, executive vice president, 1954-1961, retired Director Boys’ Clubs Detroit.

    Works

    • Author articles trade publications.

    Membership

    Served as private Ordnance Department, United States Army, 1917-1919. Member Michigan Electric Association (president, director), Controllers Institute, National Industrial Conference Board, Detroit Board Commerce, Citizens Housing and Planning Commission, American Ordnance Association, Detroit Citizens League, American Legion, Edison Electric Institute, Newcomen Society. Clubs: Detroit, Plum Hollow Golf, Economic, Detroit Athletic (Detroit).

    Connections

    • Married Lillian R. Mitter, October 14, 1926.
    • father: John Jay Landrigan
    • mother: Caroline (Ingram) Landrigan
    • spouse: Lillian R. Mitter
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    Born August 4, 1894
    Died November 2, 1962
    (aged 68)
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