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Tool manufacturing company executive

Everett Douglas Hougen, Canadian, American tool manufacturing company executive. Achievements include patents for holecutter; patents for magnetic drill; patents for rotabroach. Member of Presidential Task Force, National Chamber of Commerce, Motor and Equipment Manufacturing Association, National Society Manufacturing and Engineering.

Background

Hougen, Everett Douglas was born on July 7, 1916 in Sceptre, Saskatchewan, Canada. Arrived in the United States, 1936. Son of Louis Oscar and Corinna (Brillon) Hougen.

Education

Student, Dominion Business College, Winnipeg, Canada.

Career

Apprenticeship General Electric Institute, Flint, Michigan. Quality control board Curtis Wright, Clifton, New Jersey, 1942—1945. Manager body ship Kaiser-Frazier, Patterson, 1946—1948.

Instructor General Electric Institute, 1948—1958, also president's council. President Hougen Manufacturing Flint, 1959—1983, Blair Equipment Company, 1953—1978. Director Hougen Manufacturing Florida, Largo.

Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for holecutter. Patents for magnetic drill. Patents for rotabroach.

Membership

Member of Presidential Task Force, National Chamber of Commerce, Motor and Equipment Manufacturing Association, National Society Manufacturing and Engineering.

Connections

Married Therese Yvonne Perrault, July 5, 1941. Children: Douglas, Victor, Randall, Bradley.

father:
Louis Oscar Hougen

mother:
Corinna (Brillon) Hougen

spouse:
Therese Yvonne Perrault

child:
Victor Hougen

child:
Bradley Hougen

child:
Douglas Hougen

child:
Randall Hougen