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Corporation executive

Charles Raymond Cox, American corporation executive. Member of the United States Copper Association (director), Copper Institute (director), American Mining Congress (director), Committee for Economics Development (trustee), American Iron and Steel Institute, Business Advisory Council for Department Commerce, National Industrial Conference Board, Council on Foreign Relations.

Background

Cox, Charles Raymond was born on April 27, 1891 in Schenectady. Son of Charles Mason and Ada (Bell) Cox.

Education

Graduate New York University, 1914, Doctor of Commercial Science (honorary), 1950.

Career

Formerly employed as public accountant Marwick, Mitchell-Peat & Company. New York City; with United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation. With Crucible Steel Company American, 1920-1930, with Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 1930-1934.

General superintendent National Tube Company, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 1930-1934. General superintendent National Tube Company’s Ellwood works, Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, 1934-1936, vice president charge operations, 1936-1941, executive vice president, 1941-1943, president, 1943-1946. President Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, 1946-1950.

Kennecott Copper Corporation, 1950-1961, director, member Executive Committee. President, director Braden Copper Company. Director Allied Kennecott Titanium Corporation, Chase International Investment Corporation, also Quebec Iron and Titanium Corporation, Chase Brass & Copper Company, Inc., Okonite Company, Pullman, Inc., Virginia and Merriespruit, Oranke Free State Gold Mining Companies, Ltd.

Trustee National Safety Council. Trustee New York University. Board directors Murry, Leonie Guggenheim Foundation.

Membership

Member of the United States Copper Association (director), Copper Institute (director), American Mining Congress (director), Committee for Economics Development (trustee), American Iron and Steel Institute, Business Advisory Council for Department Commerce, National Industrial Conference Board, Council on Foreign Relations. Clubs: Duquesne, University (Pittsburgh).

Connections

Married Martha Knight, June 27, 1914. Children: Charles Robert, Martha (Mistress Howard Hartman).

father:
Charles Mason Cox

mother:
Ada (Bell) Cox

spouse:
Martha Knight

children:
Martha Cox (Mistress Howard Hartman)

Charles Robert Cox