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Metals industry executive

Charles Lavern Prosser, metals industry executive. Served to captain United States Army, 1944-1947, 50-51. Member American Society for Metals, Aircraft Owners/Pilots Association Clubs: Pittsburgh Athletic.

Background

Prosser, Charles Lavern was born on March 18, 1927 in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Edwin Forest-Porter and Ada Mae (Morrow) Prosser.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management, Duquesne University, 1951. Postgraduate, University Pittsburgh, 1953.

Career

Management trainee, United States Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, 1951-1953; supervisor, United States Steel Corporation, Homestead, Pennsylvania, 1953-1958; manager extrusions, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, Buffalo, 1958-1962; vice president marketing, BLH Corporation Standard Steel division, Burnham, Pennsylvania, 1962-1965; vice president marketing, Firth-Sterling Inc., McKeesport, Pennsylvania, 1965-1968; principal, Westmoreland Associations, Murrysville, Pennsylvania, 1968-1971; president, Westmoreland Industries Inc., Lewistown, Pennsylvania, 1971-1977; president, Westmoreland Steel & Metals, Inc., Reedsville, Pennsylvania, since 1977.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Heavy Press Extrusions, 1961.

Membership

Served to captain United States Army, 1944-1947, 50-51. Member American Society for Metals, Aircraft Owners/Pilots Association Clubs: Pittsburgh Athletic.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: flying, model building.

Connections

Married Audrey Mae Doench, October 25, 1952. Children: Audrey, Jeffrey, Chris, Jill, Scott, Sean.

father:
Edwin Forest-Porter Prosser

mother:
Ada Mae (Morrow) Prosser

spouse:
Audrey Mae Doench

child:
Jill Prosser

child:
Sean Prosser

child:
Jeffrey Prosser

child:
Audrey Prosser

child:
Scott Prosser

child:
Chris Prosser