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Corporation executive

Clinton Michael Rossner, American corporation executive. Achievements include invention of pallett carton. Paul Harris fellowship, Rotary Foundation, 1964. Trustee Walden Savings; Member of Knights of Columbus, Council Industry (president 1981-1982), Osiris Country Club 1978-1979, Rotary Club 1972-1973.

Background

Rossner, Clinton Michael was born on July 31, 1916 in Lynbrook, New York, United States. Son of Clinton B. and Elsa (Schmidt) Rossner.

Education

Student, Public Schools, New Jersey.

Career

Vice president American Carpet Company, Hoboken, New Jersey, 1940—1954, K & H Corrugated Case Corporation, Walden, New York, 1956—1962, executive vice president, 1962—1979, senior vice president, since 1979, director. Sales representative Jackson Corrugated, Middletown, Connecticut, 1954—1956.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of pallett carton.

Membership

Trustee Walden Savings. Member of Knights of Columbus, Council Industry (president 1981-1982), Osiris Country Club 1978-1979, Rotary Club 1972-1973.

Connections

Married Helen Jesch, November 2, 1941. Children: Kathleen Rossner Doelling, Cecilia Rossner Stemmler, Michael, Timothy, Frank, Mary Ellen Rossner Gallagher, Therese Rossner Luongo.

father:
Clinton B. Rossner

mother:
Elsa (Schmidt) Rossner

spouse:
Helen Jesch

child:
Therese Rossner Luongo Rossner

child:
Timothy Rossner

child:
Cecilia Rossner Stemmler Rossner

child:
Frank Rossner

child:
Michael Rossner

child:
Kathleen Rossner Doelling Rossner

child:
Mary Ellen Rossner Gallagher Rossner