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Computer systems company executive

Edson White Spencer, American computer systems company executive. Member Phi Beta Kappa.


Spencer, Edson White was born on June 4, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William M. and Gertrude (White) Spencer.


Student, Princeton, 1943; student, Northwestern University student, University Michigan, 1944; Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1948; Master of Arts, Oxford (England) University, 1950.


With, Sears, Roebuck & Company, Chicago, 1951-1954; with, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, since 1954; Far East regional manager, Honeywell, Inc., Tokyo, 1959-1965; corporation vice president internal operations, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, 1965-1969; executive vice president, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, 1969-1974; president, chief Executive officer, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, 1974-1978; chief Executive officer, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, 1978-1987; Chairman of the Board, Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, since 1978.


Member Phi Beta Kappa.


Son of.

William M. Spencer

Gertrude (White) Spencer