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Oil company executive

Andrew Jackson Morris, American oil company executive.

Background

Morris, Andrew Jackson was born on August 24, 1915 in St. Clair County, Alabama, United States. Son of Thomas Henry and Laura (Elms) Morris.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Waynesburg College, 1937. Postgraduate, University Pittsburgh, 1938.

Career

Junior engineer Manufacturers Light & Heat Company, Pittsburgh, 1939-1943. Forecasting engineer War Emergency Pipe Lines, Cincinnati, 1943-1947. Pipe line superintendent Venezuelan Atlantic Refining Company, 1947-1950.

General superintendent Venezuelan Atlantic Transmission Company, 1950-1953. Vice president supply and transportation Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, Baltimore, 1953-1961, senior vice president, 1964-1972, executive vice president, chief operating officer, 1972-1975, president, chief operating officer, 1975-1980, also director. Vice president Permian Corporation, Denver, 1961-1964.

Chairman Morris Associates, from 1983. Director Continental Life Insurance.

Membership

Board directors Anne Arundel County Trade Council, since 1974. Trustee Waynesburg College. Treasurer, member executive committee Indiana College Fund.

Maryland, 1982-1983. Member American Petroleum Institute, Association Oil Pipe Lines, National Petroleum Refiners Association, Metropolitan Baltimore Chamber of Commerce (director, executive committee since 1976) Clubs: Houston, Center, 25 Year of Petroleum Industry.

Connections

Married Rita Rottmund, March 5, 1948.

father:
Thomas Henry Morris

mother:
Laura (Elms) Morris

spouse:
Rita Rottmund