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Enders Mcclumpha Voorhees

steel executive.

Enders Mcclumpha Voorhees, American steel executive. Served Lieutenant 73d Field Artillery, Camp Jackson, 1917-1918.; Member Holland Society, St. Nicholas Society.

Background

Voorhees, Enders Mcclumpha was born on April 28, 1891 in Amsterdam, New York, United States. Son of James and Margaret (McClumpha) Voorhees.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Dartmouth, 1914. Student Amos Tuck School of Finance, 1914, Bentley School of Accounting (Boston), 1914-1916. Doctor of Commercial Science (honorary), New York University, 1950.

Career

Accountant Hollis H. Sawyer & Company, 1914-1915. With Pacific Commercial Company, Manila, 1915-1916. Assistant comptroller United States Rubber Company, 1918-1920.

General auditor and assistant to president, Ajax Rubber Company, 1921-1925. With Sanderson & Porter & Washington Harriman & Company, 1926-1927. General auditor, later secretary-treasurer Vice-President, Johns-Manville Corporation, 1927-1937.

Vice chairman finance committee United States Steel Corporation, 1937-1938, chairman finance committee, member Executive Committee, director, 1938-1956, director, member finance and executive coms., 1956-1965.

Membership

Served Lieutenant 73d Field Artillery, Camp Jackson, 1917-1918. Member Holland Society, St. Nicholas Society. Clubs: Links, Dartmouth, Seminole, Jupiter Island.

Connections

Married Blanche Pauline Andrews, September 15, 1923, Junior.

father:
James Voorhees

mother:
Margaret (McClumpha) Voorhees

spouse:
Blanche Pauline Andrews