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Alfred Thomas Conlin Edit Profile

consultant , food company executive

Alfred Thomas Conlin was American food company executive, consultant. Served to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member of Harvard (Southern California).

Background

Conlin, Alfred Thomas was born on April 18, 1921 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Alfred A. and Helene (Roy) Conlin.

Education

AB, Harvard, 1942;postgraduate, University of Pennsylvania, 1946-1947;postgraduate, Drexel Institute Technology, 1947-1949;Master of Arts, California State University, 1985;Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Riverside, 1991.

Career

With, Campbell Soup Company, 1946-1959;superintendent can manufacturing, Campbell Soup Company, 1957-1959;with, Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc. (and successor companies), 1959-1984;vice president container group, can and glass divisions, Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc. (and successor companies), 1962-1964;vice president industrial group, container, crushing mill and shellfish divisions, Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc.

(and successor companies), 1964-1984;president, United Can Company, 1964-1984;president, Southern Cotton Oil Corporation Inc., 1964-1980;president, Southern Shell Fish Company, Inc., 1964-1977. Consultant in field.

Membership

Served to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member of Harvard (Southern California).

Connections

Married Mary McKee Butler, June 29, 1946. Children– Robert Thomas, James Alfred, Nancy Kee.

father:
Alfred A. Conlin

mother:
Helene (Roy) Conlin

spouse:
Mary McKee Butler

child:
Robert Thomas Conlin

child:
James Alfred Conlin

child:
Nancy Kee Conlin