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Charles Louis Eyanson


Charles Louis Eyanson, industrialist.


Eyanson, Charles Louis was born on September 15, 1892 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Charles Joseph and Margaret (Kanaley) Eyanson.


Bachelor of Science in Engineering, University of Pennsylvania 1916.


1 daughter, Mary Lou Reid. Professor in English and civics South Philadelphia Night School, 1915-1916. Professor engineering administration, Drexel Institute, 1919-1920.

Chief of field staff industrial survey of the United States by Technology Clubs Associated, 1920. Director extension department Drexel Institute, 1920-1922, also member administration board of three. Secretary general The Council of Management Education.

Dean Engineering Economics Foundation since 1923. Secretary, executive director and assistant treasurer Manufacturers Association of Connecticut, 1922-1946. President Naugatuck Valley Industrial Council, since 1946.

Chairman Naugatuck Valley River Control Commission, since 1955. Trustee Waterbury, Connecticut Community Work Shop.


  • Author: Old Age Dependency in Connecticut, Unemployment and Its Problems. Contributor to trade publications.


Member New England Traffic League, National Industrial Traffic League, N.E. Shippers’ Advisory Board, Connecticut Agricultural Society. Member Indiana State Bar. Served in World War as chief of staff Production Engineering Section of Council National Defense, 1916-1917.

Fellow Royal Society of Arts. Member Newcomen Society of England, American Academy of Political and Social Science, Sons of America Revolution, Veterans Foreign Wars, American Legion, Theta Delta Chi. Clubs: Engineers, Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut).


Married Mary Clugston Harrison, April.

Charles Joseph Eyanson

Margaret (Kanaley) Eyanson

Mary Clugston Harrison