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Eugene Francis Gorman

manufacturing executive

Eugene Francis Gorman, American manufacturing executive.


Gorman, Eugene Francis was born on November 15, 1926 in Brooklyn. Son of Eugene Dennis and Anna Marie (Hendricks) Gorman.


Student, Brooklyn College, 1948. Student, Cooper University, 1950. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University, 1952.

Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1956.


Draftsman American Machine and Foundry, Brooklyn, 1945-1949. Engineer welding development labs Linde division Union Carbide, Newark, 1952-1965, project engineer, 1965-1971. Owner, operator Weld Accessories Company, Morris Plains, New Jersey, 1971-1974.

Instructor welding Morris County Vocational-Technology, Denville, 1972-1973. Senior engineer Airco Reserve and Development Laboratories, Murray Hill, 1973-1979. Manufacturing engineer Teledyne Metal Forming, Elkhart, Indiana, 1979-1981, manager engineering, 1981-1991.

Consultant Manufacturing Engineering Associates, since 1991. Lecturer weld technical Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, New Jersey, 1977, weld metallurgy Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1977.


Executive board directors Glacier Hills Association, Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, 1961-1971, president, 1963. Member traffic safety Board Education, 1969-1970. Member troop committee Boy Scouts of America, 1962-1979.

With United States Army Air Force, 1945. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers (section chair 1978-1979), National Society of Professional Engineers, Society Manufacturing Engineers (roll form council), American Welding Society (filler wire committee), American Society for Metals, Air Force Association Lodges: Knights of Columbus.


  • Other Interests

    Computer programming, market watching, golf, gardening.


Married Marguerite Susan Vincent, January 24, 1953. Children: Richard Paul, Mark Peter, Dianne Patricia, Donna Pauline.