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Andrew Franklin Inglis, American author, consultant. Registered professional engineer, District of Columbia. Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946. Member Radio Club American (New York City).

Background

Inglis, Andrew Franklin was born on March 17, 1920 in Van, Michigan, United States. Son of David and Katherine (Smith) Inglis.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Haverford (Pennsylvania) College, 1941;postgraduate, University of Chicago, 1941-1942.

Career

Clerk, Eastman Kodak Stores, Detroit, 1940;laboratory technician, Eastman Kodak Company, Chicago, 1941;instructor, University of Chicago, 1942;engineer, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, 1942-1943;engineer, McIntosh & Inglis, Washington, 1946-1949;engineer, partner, 1949-1953;division vice president, general manager commercial communications systems division, Radio Corporation of America, Camden, New Jersey, 1953-1977;president, Radio Corporation of America American Communications Inc., Princeton, New Jersey, 1977-1983;vice chairman, Radio Corporation of America American Communications Inc., Princeton, 1983;vice president, Radio Corporation of America, 1981-1983;consultant, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, District of Columbia.

Works

Membership

Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946. Member Radio Club American (New York City).

Connections

Married Marie Adam, September 5, 1942. Children: David, Richard, Elizabeth, Andrew Franklin.

father:
David Inglis

mother:
Katherine (Smith) Inglis

spouse:
Marie Adam

children:
David Inglis

Richard Inglis

Elizabeth Inglis

Andrew Franklin Inglis