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Lawyer

Emile Felix Vanderstucken, American lawyer. Served as lieutenant commander United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1945; Member Federal, American, Texas bar associations, American Mining Congress, American Ordinance Association, American Society Corporation Sections, American Society International Law, Association Bar City New York, International Law Association, Delta Sigma Pi, Chi Phi.; Club: Harvard (New York City).

Background

Vanderstucken, Emile Felix was born on October 18, 1903 in Sonora, Texas, United States. Son of Emile Felix and Katherine Elizabeth (Wyatt) Vanderstucken.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Texas, 1923. Bachelor of Science, Georgetown University, 1924. Master of Arts, George Washington University, 1924.

Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1927. Juris Scientiae Doctor, New York University, 1939.

Career

Admitted to Texas bar, 1928, New York bar, 1935, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1943, United States Patent Office, 1947. Practice of law, San Angelo, Texas, 1928-1934. Attorney Texas Gulf Sulphur Company 1935-1961, assistant secretary, 1948-1951, secretary, 1951-1961, vice president until 1961, then consultant attorney.

Advisory Conference on German Industrial Property, London, 1947. Legal division Office Military Government, Berlin, 1947-1948.

Membership

Served as lieutenant commander United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1945. Member Federal, American, Texas bar associations, American Mining Congress, American Ordinance Association, American Society Corporation Sections, American Society International Law, Association Bar City New York, International Law Association, Delta Sigma Pi, Chi Phi. Club: Harvard (New York City).

Connections

Married Alice Frances Robinson, 1939. Children: Emily Frances, Emile Felix.

father:
Emile Felix Vanderstucken

mother:
Katherine Elizabeth (Wyatt) Vanderstucken

spouse:
Alice Frances Robinson

children:
Emily Frances Vanderstucken

Emile Felix Vanderstucken