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Julius Broudy

Julius Broudy, American plumbing company executive. Member of Tri-State Plumbing Wholesalers Association, Joint Conference Com (chairman since 1965), North Philadelphia Junior Football Association (vice president), Advisory Citizens Committee Philadelphia Model Cities Program, Twentyone Jewel Square (Philadelphia), Golden Slipper Square, Mason.

Background

  • Broudy, Julius was born on April 1, 1920 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Arthur and Fanny Jennings Broudy.

  • Education

    • Student, Public Schools.

    Career

    • With Broudy Supply Company, Inc., Philadelphia, 1936—1947, president, since 1947. Corporation executive Broudy Precision Equipment Company subdivision, Broudy Electrical Company Subdivsn. Director Delaware Valley Savings & Loan Association.

      Secretary board directors Kensington Hospital, since 1965. National committeeman National Jewish Hospital & Research Center. Board directors Clara Baldwin School, North City Congress, Philadelphia, Model Cities Community Foundation.

      Trustee Walter H. Annenberg Research Institute, Pop Warner Conference.

    Membership

    Member of Tri-State Plumbing Wholesalers Association, Joint Conference Com (chairman since 1965), North Philadelphia Junior Football Association (vice president), Advisory Citizens Committee Philadelphia Model Cities Program, Twentyone Jewel Square (Philadelphia), Golden Slipper Square, Mason.

    Connections

    • Married Shirley Steinberg Broudy, August 26, 1945. Children: Mark, Robert, Lisa.
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    • 1936 - 1947
      With Broudy Supply Company
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 1965
      secretary, board directors Kensington Hospital