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David Dibner, American electrical machinery manufacturing company executive. Vice president Burndy Library, since 1957; national associate Boys' Clubs American, since 1971; trustee Polytechnic University Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1946. Member American Business Conference (founding member, director).

Background

Dibner, David was born on April 18, 1927 in New York City. Son of Bern and Barbara (Druss) Dibner.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1950. Certified in business administration, London School of Economics, 1951. Post-graduate, Harvard, 1968.

Career

Director advertising and sales promotion, Burndy Corporation, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1963-1966;director corporation and marketing communications, Burndy Corporation, 1966-1967;director planning, Burndy Corporation, 1967-1969;vice president planning and business development, Burndy Corporation, 1969-1970;group vice president power products, Burndy Corporation, 1970-1971;vice-Chairman, Board Of Directors, Burndy Corporation, 1971-1972;Chairman of the Board, Burndy Corporation, since 1972. Director Work Bench.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee in field.

Membership

Vice president Burndy Library, since 1957. National associate Boys' Clubs American, since 1971. Trustee Polytechnic University Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1945-1946.

Member American Business Conference (founding member, director).

Connections

Married Frances Kessler, August 13, 1950. Children– Brent, Daniel, Mark.

father:
Bern Dibner

mother:
Barbara (Druss) Dibner

spouse:
Frances Kessler

child:
Brent Dibner

child:
Daniel Dibner

child:
Mark Dibner