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manufacturing executive

Earl E. Walker, American manufacturing executive. Named Subcontractor of Year Small Business Administration, Midwest Region VII, 1987; recipient Silver Platter award, Scottish Rite, Missouri Valley.


Walker, Earl E. was born on February 12, 1921 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of Thomas T. and Ella Mary (Steggerman) Walker.


Graduate, Ranken Technology School, 1941.


Welder, Curtis-Wright Aircraft Company, St. Louis, 1941-1949;welder, McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft Company, St. Louis, 1949-1951;foreman, McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft Company, St. Louis, 1951-1953;president, S.N.W. Welding, St. Louis, 1952-1953;president, Coeur Lane Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, 1953-1955;president, Carr Lane Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, since 1955. Board directors All American Products Company, Los Angeles, American Association Industrial Management.


Chairman Cooperative Education Program, Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders, University Texas School Nursing. Secretary of interior, Jefferson National Memorial Commission, since 1986. Member Society Manufacturing Engineers (international director, chairman national exposition committee, National Businessman of Year 1975, Management Achievement award, Eli Whitney award 1991, Education Foundation award for individual achievement 1991, Fellows award 1993), Masons (33 degree).


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: golf.


Married Myrtle Agnew, September 27, 1942. Children: Mary, Tom, Nancy, Peggy.

Thomas T. Walker

Ella Mary (Steggerman) Walker

Myrtle Agnew

Mary Walker

Tom Walker

Nancy Walker

Peggy Walker