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food processing consultant

Bruce Henry Morgan, American food processing consultant. Celanese Corporation fellow, 1949-1952. Member citizens committee Planning City Tigard, Oregon, 1970—1971; board directors United Good Neighbor, 1970—1974; Fellow: American Association for the Advancement of Science, Royal Society Health, Institute Food Technology; member: International Institute Refrigeration, Phi Tau Sigma, Sigma Xi.

Background

Morgan, Bruce Henry was born on January 21, 1920 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of James Edward and Elizabeth (Hart) Morgan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Bacteriology, Purdue University, 1941. Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, Rutgers University, 1953.

Career

Research microbiologist National Canners Association, Washington, 1952—1953. Deputy science director radiation United States Army Quarteamaste Container Institute, Chicago, 1954—1957. Director new product research Continental Can Company, 1957—1967.

Senior vice president AMFAC Foods, Inc., Portland, Oregon, 1967—1984, food consultant, since 1984. Served to 2nd. lieutenant United States Army, 1944-1947.

Membership

Member citizens committee Planning City Tigard, Oregon, 1970—1971. Board directors United Good Neighbor, 1970—1974. Fellow: American Association for the Advancement of Science, Royal Society Health, Institute Food Technology.

Member: International Institute Refrigeration, Phi Tau Sigma, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Frances Anderson Randall, December 17, 1975. Children: David B., James R., Sharon, Karin.

father:
James Edward Morgan

mother:
Elizabeth (Hart) Morgan

spouse:
Frances Anderson Randall

child:
David B. Morgan

child:
James R. Morgan

child:
Sharon Morgan

child:
Karin Morgan