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Theodore Kinget Quinn

Theodore Kinget Quinn, business executive, author. Member advising committee President’ Economics Report, 1955.; Member Sigma Kappa Phi.; Member Community Church.

Background

  • Quinn, Theodore Kinget was born on June 11, 1893 in New York, New York, United States. Son of Timothy Patrick and Clara Ellen (Kinget) Quinn.

  • Education

    • Graduate Baldwin-Wallace College, 1914. Bachelor of Laws, Cleveland Law School 1915. Admitted Ohio bar, 1915.

    Career

    • Factory worker National Lamp Works, Cleveland, 1915, factory foreman, 1916, accountant and auditor, 1917-1918. Department manager General Electric Company, 1920-1927, vice president, 1929-1935, Chairman of the Board General Electric Finance Company, 1932-1935. President Maxon, Inc., 1936-1943.

      Director General War Production Drive, Washington, 1943-1944. President Monitor Equipment Corporation, T. K. Quinn Company, Inc.

    Works

    • Author: Liberty, Employment, No More Wars, 1943. Labor and Management Manual, 1944. I Quit Monster Business, 1948.

      Giant Business: Threat to Democracy, 1952. Giant Corporations: Challenge to Freedom, 1956. The Individual in a Business Society, 1958.

      Revolt against Coldssism, 1959. Contributor to mags.

    Membership

    Member advising committee President’ Economics Report, 1955. Member Sigma Kappa Phi. Member Community Church.

    Clubs: Cloud (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Adeline Mary Smith, October 21, 1915. Children: Theodore Kinget, Jean Sherman (wife of Arthur E. Gtamse, M.D.).
    • father: Timothy Patrick Quinn
    • mother: Clara Ellen (Kinget) Quinn
    • spouse: Adeline Mary Smith
    • children: Theodore Kinget Quinn
    • Jean Sherman (wife of Arthur E. Gtamse Quinn
    • M.D.) Quinn
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    Born June 11, 1893
    Died August 26, 1961
    (aged 68)
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