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Ocean engineer , Naval architect

Edward Mackie MacCutcheon, American naval architect, ocean engineer. Registered professional engineer, Maryland, District of Columbia. Fellow: Marine Technology Society, Society Naval Architects & Marine Engineers; member: American Society Naval Engineers.

Background

MacCutcheon, Edward Mackie was born on November 12, 1915 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States. Son of Edward Mackie and Laura (Stout) MacCutcheon.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Webb Institute Naval Architect, New York City, 1937. Postgraduate, University Maryland, 1949. Master in Engineering Administration, George Washington University, 1958.

Career

With New York Shipbldg. Company, Camden, New Jersey, 1937—1938, United States Coast Guard, Washington, 1938—1948, David Taylor Model Basin Department Navy, 1948—1949, Bureau Ships, 1949—1955, Office of Naval Research, Washington, 1955—1957. Technical director Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Port Hueneme, California, 1957—1962.

Member, chief research & development Maritime Administration Department Commerce, Washington, 1962—1966. Director, system development National Ocean Survey National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, Rockville, Maryland, 1966—1972. Consultant engineer Bethesda, from 1973.

Lieutenant Commander United States Coast Guard Reserve, 1943-1946.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, Maryland, District of Columbia.

Membership

Fellow: Marine Technology Society, Society Naval Architects & Marine Engineers. Member: American Society Naval Engineers.

Connections

Married Jean Loeffler, June 20, 1942. Children: Maryann MacCutcheon Lucero, Barbara Jean MacCutcheon Smith.

father:
Edward Mackie MacCutcheon

mother:
Laura (Stout) MacCutcheon

spouse:
Jean Loeffler

child:
Maryann MacCutcheon Lucero MacCutcheon

child:
Barbara Jean MacCutcheon Smith MacCutcheon