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Manufacturing executive

David Green, American Manufacturing company executive ( ind: manufacturing)manufacturing company executive. Recipient 1st Non-Smoking Office Building award Skokie Clean Air Coalition, 1987; named Office Products Divsn. Man of Year, Richard Karasik Humanitarian award, United Jewish Appeal, 1997.

Background

Green, David was born on March 22, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Harry B. and Carrie (Scheinbaum) Green.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, University of Chicago, 1942, Master of Arts in Social Sciences, 1949. Manager, Toy Company, Chicago, 1949-1954. Founder, chairman, president Quartet Manufacturing Company, Skokie, 1954-1995, chairman, 1995-1997.

President Colleague, Inc., Booneville, Mississippi, 1967-1987. Chairman of the Board and consultant Directorate General Group, Chicago, since 1977. Chairman Quartet Ovonics, 1986-1997.

Spl.cons. to White House-Trade Expansion Act, Washington, 1962. Chairman Winnetka Caucus (Illinois), 1971. Chairman Illinois state Dan Walker for Governor, 1972, 76.

Special assistant to Governor for intergovernmental relations, Illinois, 1973-1976. Member University of Chicago president's county, president's circle Chicago Botanic Garden, playwright's circle Stratford Festival. Founder director circle Steppenwolf Theatre Company governing member Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago.

Career

Manager Toy Company, Chicago, 1950—1954. Founder, chairman, president Quartet Manufacturing Company, Skokie, 1954—1990, chairman, principal officer, 1990—1997. President Colleague, Inc., Booneville, Mississippi, 1967-1987.

Chairman board, consultant Directorate General Group, Chicago, 1977-2005. With United States Army, 1942-1945, PTO.

Membership

President's circle Chicago Botanic Garden. Playwright's circle Stratford Festival. Founder director circle Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Trustee Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Chairman Winnetka (Illinois) Caucus, 1971. Chairman Illinois state Dan Walker for Governor, 1972, 1976.

Governing member Art Institute Chicago. Special consultant to White House-Trade Expansion Act Washington, 1962. Special assistant to Governor for intergovernmental relations Illinois, 1973—1977.

Member president's council, life member visiting committee social science University Chicago, life member visiting committee on the college and student activities. Member Business Products Industry Association, Office Products Wholesale Association (named Office Product Manufacturer of Year 1989, 93, 94), Chicago Society Clubs, Metropolitan Club Chicago, Bay Colony Club Naples (Florida).

Connections

Married Mary I. Winton, June 15, 1951. Children: Sara Edmond, Howard Benjamin, Jonathan Winton.

father:
Harry B. Green

mother:
Carrie (Scheinbaum) Green

spouse:
Mary I. Winton

child:
Sara Edmond Green

child:
Howard Benjamin Green

child:
Jonathan Winton Green