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marine engine manufacturing company executive

Charles Daniel Strang was American marine engine manufacturing company executive. Board directors Polytechnic Institute New York, TSET Corporation Served with United States Army Air Force, 1944-1947. Member American Power Boat Association (life director), Society Automotive Engineers (life), Union International Motorboating (senior vice president North America), Sigma Xi.

Background

Strang, Charles Daniel was born on April 12, 1921 in Brooklyn. Son of Charles Daniel and Anna Lincoln (Endner) Strang.

Education

Biomedical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn, 1943.

Career

Member mechanical engineering staff Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947-1951. Vice president engineering, executive vice president Kiekhaefer Corporation division Brunswick Corporation, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1951-1964. Vice president marine engineering Outboard Marine Corporation, Waukegan, Illinois, 1966-1968, executive vice president, 1968-1974, president, general manager, 1974-1980, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1980-1982, chairman board, Chief Executive Officer, 1982-1990, chairman, 1990-1993, board directors, chairman management review committee Waukegan, 1993-1995.

National commissioner National Association for Stock Car Automobile Racing.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee engine design and marine propulsion equipment. Contributor research papers to science publications.

Membership

Board directors Polytechnic Institute New York, TSET Corporation Served with United States Army Air Force, 1944-1947. Member American Power Boat Association (life director), Society Automotive Engineers (life), Union International Motorboating (senior vice president North America), Sigma Xi.

Connections

father:
Charles Daniel Strang

mother:
Anna Lincoln (Endner) Strang