Party affiliation: Democrat
March 8, 1928; children—Gwendolyn (Mistress Preston Marshall), Joan (Mistress R. Walter Silbersack). Storm (Mistress Jackson Ream). Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1915, advanced through grades to lieut. commander, inactive 1926.
Vice president Dry Ice Corn. 1926-1931; western manager, Publicker, Inc., Chicago, 1932-1941. Commissioned commander, United States Navy, 1942, advanced through grades to rear admiral, served successively as deputy director, Army and Munitions Board, 1942-1943. materials control officer and landing craft coordinator.
United States Navy Dent., 1943-1944. Executive officer. War Production Board, 1944-1945. chief of staff, April-November, 1945, administrator, Civilian Production Administration, 1945-1946, retired 1947. President Maxson Food Systems, Inc., 1947-1949.
Chairman Chairman Mercantile Section New York Board Trade, 1947-1949, vice-president, director, 1949-1950. Vice president Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corporation, 1949-1950, 55—. Chairman munitions board Department Defense, Washington.
1950-1953; v p. Quiet-Heet Manufacturing Corporation, subsidiary of Emerson Radio, 1953-1954, president, 1954-1955. Chairman of the board Emertron, Inc., since 1960. Director New York Board Trade, 1953-1954.
Born October 11, 1893