Charles Aubrey Eaton Edit Profile
B. A., Acadia U., Nova Scoti, 1890, Master of Arts, 1893. Graduate Newton Theological Institution, Massachusetts, 1893. Master of Arts, McMaster U., Toronto, Ontario, 1896.
(Doctor of Divinity, Baylor University, 1899, Acadia, 1907. Doctor of Laws, McMaster, 1916).
Aubrey, Mary Rose, Catharine Starr. ordained Baptist ministry, 1893. Pastor First Church, Natick, Massachusetts, 1893-1895, Bloor St. Church, Toronto, 1895-1901, Euclid Ay. Church, Cleveland, 1901-1909, Madison Avenue Church, New York, 1909-1919.
Editor Leslie’s Weekly, 1919-1920. Expert in industrial relations. Sociological editor Toronto Globe, 1896-1901.
Associate editor Westminster, Toronto, 1899-1901. Special Canadian correspondent New York Tribune and Boston Transcript, 1897-1901. Special correspondent London Times.
Head of national service section United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, November 1917-January 1919. Head industrial relations department National Lamp Works, General Electric Company Editor of Light since 1923.
Member 69th to 72d Congresses (1925-1933), 4th New Jersey District and 73d to 82d Congress (1933-1953), 5th New Jersey District.
Married M. Winifred Parlin, June 26, 1895. Children: Marion Aubrey, Margaret Evelyn, Frances Winifred, Chas.