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Warren Page DeLand

Warren Page DeLand was American chemical company executive. Recipient Eagle Scout award Boy Scouts American, 1936. Member parks and recreation committee Town Board, Pittsford, New York; scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, Fairfort, 1952-1953. Served to colonel United States Marine Corps, 1942-1946, United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1946-1969, PTO. Member of the Chamber of Commerce (board directors sales and marketing club 1970-1972).

Background

  • DeLand, Warren Page was born on August 13, 1921 in Rochester, New York, United States. Son of Harlan Page and Sybil Lucille (Warren) Delete.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Forestry, University Michigan, 1943.

    Career

    • Buyer nursery stock C.W. Stuart & Company, Newark, 1946. Manager greenhouse George B. Hart Company, Fairfort, 1946-1948. From sales representative, sales manager, branch manager, regional manager to senior vice president Rochester Midland Corporation (formerly Rochester Germicide Company), 1948-1986.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Congregationalist

    Membership

    Member parks and recreation committee Town Board, Pittsford, New York. Scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, Fairfort, 1952-1953. Served to colonel United States Marine Corps, 1942-1946, United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1946-1969, PTO. Member of the Chamber of Commerce (board directors sales and marketing club 1970-1972).

    Clubs: Sodus (New York ) Bay Yacht (rear Commander 1950), Adirondack Mountain (Rochester) (chairman New York chapter 1960). Lodges: Masons (marshall).

    Personality

    Interests

    Bird hunting, sailing, skiing, fly fishing.

    Connections

    • Married Sally Hale Wellington, August 14 1943 (deceased June 1985). 1 child, Deborah DeLand Fedele.
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    Born August 13, 1921
    Died January 15, 2006
    (aged 84)
    • 1943
      University Michigan
    • 1946
      Buyer nursery stock C.W. Stuart & Company
      Newark, Ohio, United States
    • 1946 - 1948
      manager, greenhouse George B. Hart Company

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