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fiber glass manufacturing executive

Alvin William Levenhagen, American fiber glass manufacturing executive. Recipient Employer of Year, Pennsylvania Federation Business & Professional Women's Clubs, 1974, Benjamin Rush award, Crawford County Medical Society, 1976.

Background

Levenhagen, Alvin William was born on September 11, 1911 in Cleveland. Son of Frederick Adam and Annie Elizabeth (Radcliffe) Levenhagen.

Education

Student, Cleveland College, 1928—1932. Student, Alexander Hamilton Institute, 1932—1933. Student, John Huntingdon Polytechnic Institute, 1932—1939.

Student, Ohio State University, 1966—1967.

Career

With Koehler Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 1928—1941, Shelby Paper Box Company, Lakewood, 1941—1942, Goodyear Aircraft Company, Akron, 1942—1946, Ward Products Company, Ashtabula, 1947—1948, Molded Resin Fiber Company, Ashtabula, 1948—1952, Lou-Al & Company, Inc. Plastic Consultant Service, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, from 1982. President, general manager Molded Fiber Glass Tray Company, Linesville, 1952—1960.

Vice president, general manager Molded Fiber Glass Companies, Inc., 1961—1970, vice president marketing, vice president manufacturing, 1979—1980, senior vice president, from 1981, director, 1952—1970, from 1975. Plant manager Rockwell International Corporation, Linesville, 1970—1975. Consultant in field, from 1982.

President Pymatuning Area Medical Center, 1956—1981, Junior Achievement Western Crawford County, 1979—1982. Trustee Spencer Hospital, Meadville, Pennsylvania, 1973—1980, president, 1978—1979, board incorporators, 1972—1982. Board governors Shriner's Hospital, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1974—1980.

Member Linesville-Conneaut-Summit School Board, 1957—1970.

Membership

Member Active Boy Scouts America, 1972—1977. Member of Knight Templar, Meadville Chamber of Commerce (president 1960-1961), Society Plastic Industry (general chairman Reinforced Plastics-Composites Institute 1958-1968), Meadville Management Association, American Management Association, Order Eastern Star (worthy patron 1958-1982), Shriner Club (past potentate), Iroquois Club (president 1963-1965).

Connections

Married Louisa W. Kruse Levenhagen, October 27, 1933 (deceased November 1984). Married Eleanore Reagan Levenhagen, February 18, 1984. Children: Thomas E., Judith Anne, Levenhagen Mann.

father:
Frederick Adam Levenhagen

mother:
Annie Elizabeth (Radcliffe) Levenhagen

spouse:
Louisa W. Kruse Levenhagen

spouse:
Eleanore Reagan Levenhagen

child:
Thomas E. Levenhagen

child:
Judith Anne Levenhagen

child:
Levenhagen Mann Levenhagen