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Cecil Hamilton Chilton

engineer , economist

Cecil Hamilton Chilton, American engineer, economist. Recipient American Business Press editorial achievement award, 1966. Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (director 1971-1972), American Association Cost Engineers (award of merit, president 1962-1963), American Society for Engineering Education; Member Church of Nazarene.

Background

Chilton, Cecil Hamilton was born on September 25, 1918 in New York City. Son of Claudius Lysias and Clara Caroline (Weidmann) Chilton.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Auburn U., 1939. Master of Science, Carnegie-Mellon U., 1940.

Career

Chemical engineer Mobil Oil Corporation, 1940-1941, E.I. duPont de Nemours & Company, 1941-1950. Editor McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1950-1966, editor-in-chief Chemical Engineering, 1959-1966. Technical economist Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, 1966-1972.

Works

  • Editor: Cost Engineering in the Process Industries, 1960. Co-editor: Chemical Engineers’ Handbook, 1963, 5th edit., 1972.

Membership

Member American Institute Chemical Engineers (director 1971-1972), American Association Cost Engineers (award of merit, president 1962-1963), American Society for Engineering Education. Member Church of Nazarene.

Connections

Married Florence Edna Zitzman, October 1, 1941. Children: Edward Morgan, Margaret Arnold (Mistress.

father:
Claudius Lysias Chilton

mother:
Clara Caroline (Weidmann) Chilton

spouse:
Florence Edna Zitzman

children:
Edward Morgan Chilton

Margaret Arnold (Mrs Chilton