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Emile Charroppin Freeland

Emile Charroppin Freeland, American government official. License consultant engineer, New York. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, Explorers Club (New York City), Alpha Chi Sigma.

Background

  • Freeland, Emile Charroppin was born on September 29, 1896 in Winnsboro, Louisiana, United States. Son of Jesse Beaumont and Estelle (Lockwood) Freeland.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Louisiana State University, 1918.

    Career

    • Consultant chemist Audubon Park Sugar Experiment Station, New Orleans, 1918-1919. Sugar and alcohol technician Booker Brothers, McConnel & Company, Georgetown, Guiana, 1919-1923. Assistant superintendent syrup and molasses canning plant Penick & Ford, Ltd., Incorporated, New York Orleans, 1923-1926.

      Industrial engineer W.R. Grace & Company, New York City, 1926-1953. Consultant chemical engineer, advisor Pakistan National Planning Board, Ford Bacon & Davis, 1955-1958. Chemical engineering adviser United States Operations Mission, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1958-1961, Agency for International Development, Taiwan, 1961-1964.

      Chemical engineer C.W. Robinson Company, Agency for International Development contract, Pakistan, from 1964.

    Major achievements

    • License consultant engineer, New York.

    Works

    • Author: (autobiography) Tales of A Sugar Tramp. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, Explorers Club (New York City), Alpha Chi Sigma.

    Connections

    • Married Leonor E. Zalles, February 22, 1931. Children: George Lockwood, Consuelo Zalles, Christina Calderon.
    • father: Jesse Beaumont Freeland
    • mother: Estelle (Lockwood) Freeland
    • spouse: Leonor E. Zalles
    • children: George Lockwood Freeland
    • Consuelo Zalles Freeland
    • Christina Calderon Freeland
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    Born September 29, 1896
    Nationality
    • 1918
      Louisiana State University
    • 1918 - 1919
      Consultant, chemist Audubon Park Sugar Experiment Station
      New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
    • 1919 - 1923
      sugar and alcohol technician Booker Brothers
      Georgetown, Kentucky, United States
    • 1923 - 1926
      assistant, superintendent syrup and molasses canning plant Penick & Ford
      New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
    • 1926 - 1953
      industrial engineer, W.R. Grace & Company
    • 1955 - 1958
      consultant, Pakistan National Planning Board
    • 1955 - 1958
      advisor, Pakistan National Planning Board
    • 1958 - 1961
      chemical engineer, engineering adviser United States Operations Mission
      Tel Aviv, Israel, Israel
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