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Alan Burton Wagner


Alan Burton Wagner, American entrepreneur.


Wagner, Alan Burton was born on June 8, 1938 in Baltimore. Son of Robert Ellsworth and Anna Margaret (Schnitzlein) Wagner.


Bachelor in Engineering Science, Johns Hopkins, 1960. Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management, Case Western Reserve University, 1965.


Manager organization planning and development International Minerals & Chemical Corporation, Libertyville, Illinois, 1964-1967, director, 1967-1970, director, vice president, 1970-1973, corporation vice president, 1973-1978. President, director Taylor Tot Products, Inc., Frankfort, Kentucky, 1979-1980, Federal Mining Company, 1980-1982, Wagner Management Corporation, since 1982. Principal, president Hilliard-Lyons, Wagner Associate, 1982-1992, Kentucky Metals, Inc., Carolina Metal, Inc., Florida Metals, Inc., Texas Almet, LP, Control Machine, Inc., FM Properties, Wagner Industries, Inc., Quality Honeycomb, LP.

Lecturer in field.


Trustee Union College, Furman University. Fellow Alfred P. Sloan National Foundation. Member Chicago Association Commerce and Industry, Chemical Industries Council of Midwest, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Management Association, American Society of Heating (Homer Addams award), American Association for the Advancement of Science, Kentucky Coal Association (director), Bent Tree Country Club, Knollwood Club (Lake Forest, Illinois), Greenbrier Club, Lafayette (Lexington) Club, Sigma Xi, Omicon Delta Kappa.


Married Lynn Felton Wynant, June 26, 1964. Children: Brian Alan, David Scott, Elizabeth Lynn.

Robert Ellsworth Wagner

Anna Margaret (Schnitzlein) Wagner

Lynn Felton Wynant

Brian Alan Wagner

David Scott Wagner

Elizabeth Lynn Wagner