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Wylie Whitfield Mitchell

Wylie Whitfield Mitchell, American city official, engineering, society official. Recipient Phoenix award City of Atlanta, 1964, Georgian award Georgia Plumbing Inspectors, 1967.

Background

  • Mitchell, Wylie Whitfield was born on October 18, 1912 in Lithonia, Georgia, United States. Son of Henry Whitfield and Sarah Celia (Smith) Mitchell.

  • Education

    • Graduate pub.

    Career

    • Registered profile engineer, Georgia Self employed, 1940-1946. General superintendent Whitehead Plumbing Company, Atlanta, 1946-1950. Chief plumbing inspector City of Atlanta, from 1950.

      Consultant plumbing and air conditioning engineer. Plumbing-heating code consultant. Instructor code enforcements apprenticeship training programs U. Georgia.

    Membership

    Member National Hospital Standards Committee, from 1969. Member Georgia Examining Board Plumbers, from 1970. Member American Society Sanitary Engineers (international president 1972-1974, Henry B. Davis award 1970), Building Officials American International (chairman plumbing code from 1968, Walker S. Lee award 1973, Executive Committee 1974), Georgia Plumbing Inspectors Association (founder 1964, president 1964-1966, director from 1966).

    Connections

    • Married Iva Jean Roberts, June 12, 1937. Children: Wylene (Mistress.
    • father: Henry Whitfield Mitchell
    • mother: Sarah Celia (Smith) Mitchell
    • spouse: Iva Jean Roberts
    • child: Wylene (Mrs Mitchell
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    Born October 18, 1912
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