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Albert Fayette Thompson

mechanic engineer

Albert Fayette Thompson, American mechanic engineer. Mason (Scottish Rite, Shriner).

Background

Thompson, Albert Fayette was born on June 19, 1888 in Clarence, Missouri, United States. Son of Miles and Helen Marr (Wallace) Thompson.

Education

Navy training course Stevens Institute Technology, 1919.

Career

Chief engineer Armour & Company, S. St. Paul plant, 1919-1921, Independence (Missouri) power plant, 1922-1924, Montgomery Ward power plant, Kansas City, 1924-1942. Mechanic engineer Nebraska Defense Corporation, headquarters, Fremont, 1942-1943. Nat. secretary, National Association Power Engineers, Inc., Chicago, 1943, national president, 1932-1933, director, 1936-1943, nat. secretary, 1943-1949, secretary-treasurer, 1949-1954.

Chief engineer, building superintendent Chatham County Memorial Hospital, 1954-1965. Commissioned ensign, United States N.A.R.F., 1919, active duty, 1919-1923, inactive list, 1923-1931.

Membership

Mason (Scottish Rite, Shriner).

Connections

Married Lillian Elizabeth Holzbaur, May 1, 1915.

father:
Miles Thompson

mother:
Helen Marr (Wallace) Thompson

spouse:
Lillian Elizabeth Holzbaur