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Corporation executive

Albert Donald Kelso, American corporation executive. Recipient Legion of Merit, Legion of Honor. Served as colonel, ordnance department, Army of the United States, 1943-1945.; Member Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Background

Kelso, Albert Donald was born on June 9, 1898 in Middletown, New York, United States. Son of Henry G. and Emma (Sears) Kelso.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1919.

Career

With American Glue Company, 1921-1923, H. H. Barton & Son Company, 1923-1927, United States Sandpaper Company, 1927-1929, Durex Corporation, 1930-1951. President, director Norton International Inc. (formerly Norton Behr-Manning Overseas Inc.), Worcester, Massachusetts, from 1951.

Director Norton Company, Worcester, Behr-Manning Corporation, Troy, New York, also several foreign affiliates of above companies Director National Foreign Trade Council, Inc. A founder, consultant International Executive Service Corps, 1965-1980.

Membership

Served as colonel, ordnance department, Army of the United States, 1943-1945. Member Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Connections

Married Florence L. Merwin, September 29, 1923. Children: Albert Donald, Florence M. (Mistress Harold Bierman), John Glover.

father:
Henry G. Kelso

mother:
Emma (Sears) Kelso

spouse:
Florence L. Merwin

children:
Albert Donald Kelso

Florence M. Kelso (Mistress Harold Bierman)

John Glover Kelso