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Albert Frederick Metz

manufacturer executive.

Albert Frederick Metz, American manufacturer executive. Member advising committee wire and cable industry OPS and National Production.; Member Passaic Chamber of Commerce (past president), New Jersey Taxpayers Association (member Executive Committee), American Taxpayers Association (president), National Elec. Manufacturers Association (president 1954).

Background

Metz, Albert Frederick was born on October 18, 1893 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of August Christian and Eleanor Barbara (Smith) Metz.

Education

Student New York Preparatory School, 1913-1914, business administration New York University, 1915-1916. Doctor of Laws, Fairleigh Dickinson College, 1951.

Career

1 daughter, Betty Annual Cost clerk Charles T. Bainbridges Sons, paper manufacturers, Brooklyn, 1909-1912, 13-16, American Lithographing Company. New York City, 1912-1913. Assistant to comptroller Famous Players Lasky Company.

New York City, 1916; disbursing officer United States Shipping Board, 1917. Accountant, assistant comptroller Okonite Company, Passaic, New Jersey, 1919, treasurer, director, 1928, vice president, 1945, president, director, 1949-1953, Chairman of the Board, chief Executive officer, 1953-1959, executive consultant, since 1959. Director Passaic-Clifton National Bank & Trust Company.

Works

  • Authority. Chairman, Passaic (New Jersey) Redevelopment Agency President, Passiac (New Jersey) General Hospital, since 1959. Chairman business advising committee Fairleigh Dickinson College.

Membership

Member advising committee wire and cable industry OPS and National Production. Member Passaic Chamber of Commerce (past president), New Jersey Taxpayers Association (member Executive Committee), American Taxpayers Association (president), National Elec. Manufacturers Association (president 1954).

Clubs: Lotos (New York City).

Connections

Married Marion P. Chrisfield, August, 1920.

father:
August Christian Metz

mother:
Eleanor Barbara (Smith) Metz

spouse:
Marion P. Chrisfield