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wood pulp company executive

Blanton Winship Haskell, American wood pulp company executive. Decorated Purple Heart. Served to captain Army of the United States, World World War II, European Theatre of Operations. Member Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry, Canada Pulp and Paper Association, Tau Beta Pi.

Background

Haskell, Blanton Winship was born on March 28, 1920 in Savannah, Georgia, United States. Son of George Owens and Frances Ralls (Winship) Haskell.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia School Technology, 1942.

Career

With, General Electric Company, Schenectady, 1946-1947; resident engineer, Rayonier, Inc., Fernandina, Florida, 1947-1953; resident manager, Rayonier, Inc., 1957; resident manager, Rayonier, Inc., Jesup, Georgia, 1958-1966; assistant general manufacturing manager, Rayonier, Inc., 1967; director planning, ITT-Rayonier, Inc., New York City, 1968-1969; vice president planning, ITT-Rayonier, Inc., 1971-1973; senior vice president operations, planning research, development and engineering, ITT-Rayonier, Inc., 1973-1975; senior vice president engineering and environmental, ITT-Rayonier, Inc., 1976; also director. Acting president, Rayonier Quebec, 1972-1975; president, Rayonier Quebec, 1975-1976; also director, member Executive Committee. Director, member Executive Committee, Rayonier Canada, 1975; director special projects natural resources, ITT, 1976; retired, 1990.

Management consultant to pulp and paper industry, 1977-1989.

Membership

Served to captain Army of the United States, World World War II, European Theatre of Operations. Member Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry, Canada Pulp and Paper Association, Tau Beta Pi.

Connections

Married Myrtice Harris Draughon, July 7, 1943. Children— Robert Winship, Sally Gordon.

father:
George Owens Haskell

mother:
Frances Ralls (Winship) Haskell

spouse:
Myrtice Harris Draughon

child:
Sally Gordon Haskell

child:
Robert Winship Haskell