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Arnold Harold Maremont

manufacturer executive.

Arnold Harold Maremont, American manufacturer executive. Recipient Distinguished Service award University of Chicago, 1951; decorated knight Order of Merit (Italy). member Western Hemisphere governor body International Planned Parenthood Federation, 1964-1978.

Background

Maremont, Arnold Harold was born on August 24, 1904 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Myer D. and Kate (Wolens) Maremont.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy Chicago, 1924, Juris Doctor, 1926. Doctor of Laws, Southern Illinois U., 1968.

Career

1 son, Michael; married second, Adele Heineman, December 24, 1937. Children—Madelon, Nicholas. Married 3d, Eileen Adler, October 18, 1968.

Admitted to Illinois bar, 1926. Executive vice-president, director Maremont Corporation, Chicago, 1941-1952, president, 1952-1969, chairman of the executive committee, director, 1969-1970, also director. Chairman of the Board Allied Paper Corporation, 1956-1965, chairman of the executive committee, director, 1965-1966.

Chairman of the Board, director Eckmar Corporation, Chicago, 1961-1969. Trustee Lyric Opera, Chicago, 1959-1968, Community Music Center of North Shore. Director, chairman Illinois Public Aid Commission, 1962-1963.

Board directors, 1st vice president National Association Mental Health, 1963-1966, member Executive Committee, 1966-1967. Trustee New York City Center Opera and Ballet Company, Hull House. Governor life member The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago.

Board directors, vice chairman Planned Parenthood-World Population, 1964-1968. Director, Chairman of the Board National Council on Aging, 1965-1966, Chairman of the Board, member Executive Committee, 1966-1967. Member Western Hemisphere governor body International Planned Parenthood Federation, 1964-1978.

Trustee, member Executive Committee American Federation Arts, 1958-1965. Associate trustee Bard College, 1960-1964. Trustee Southern Illinois U., 1961-1967.

President Kate Maremont Foundation, 1948-1978.

Membership

Member Western Hemisphere governor body International Planned Parenthood Federation, 1964-1978. Clubs: Lotos (New York City).

Connections

Married Virginia Weisels, April.; married second, Adele Heineman, December 24, 1937.; married 3d, Eileen Adler, October 18, 1968.

Children: Madelon, Nicholas.

father:
Myer D. Maremont

mother:
Kate (Wolens) Maremont

spouses:
Virginia Weisels

Adele Heineman

Eileen Adler

children:
Madelon Maremont

Nicholas Maremont