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Edward Hatton Gallup

transportation executive

Edward Hatton Gallup, American transportation executive. Served as lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1941-1946.; Member Military Order World Wars (chapter trustee 1952-1969), Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Background

Gallup, Edward Hatton was born on January 16, 1898 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Edward Hatton and Marion (Ramsey) Gallup.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1920, postgraduate, 1929. New York University, 1930-1931.

Career

Sales, Bird & Son, Boston, 1923-1928, Ginn & Company, Boston, 1928-1941. Secretary Pittsburgh Hotels Association, 1946-1953. Assistant general manager Penn-Sheraton Hotel, Pittsburgh, 1953-1959.

Assistant executive director Port Authority Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 1960-1969. Lecturer U. Pittsburgh, 1946-1957. Consultant Pennsylvania Department Labor and Industry, 1966-1969.

President South Hills Child Guidance Association, 1957-1958. Treasurer Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society, 1962-1968. President Pittsburgh chapter Pennsylvania Association for the Blind, 1966-1969, trustee, 1959.

Membership

Served as lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Member Military Order World Wars (chapter trustee 1952-1969), Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Clubs: University, Longue Vue Country, Harvard-Yale-Princeton (director president Western Pennsylvania 1951).

Connections

Married Claire Louise Lenfestey, December 18, 1924. Children: Edward Hatton III, Marion Elizabeth (Mistress Robert H. Drummond).

father:
Edward Hatton Gallup

mother:
Marion (Ramsey) Gallup

spouse:
Claire Louise Lenfestey

children:
Edward Hatton III Gallup

Marion Elizabeth Gallup (Mistress Robert H. Drummond)