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Everett William Smith, American corporation executive. Served as Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, World War I; member Asphalt Roofing Industry Advisory Committee, Asbestos Cement Products Industry Advisory Company during World. World War World War II President National Mineral Wool Association, 1958.; Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Chi Epsilon (charter, founding; Mason (Shriner).; Club: Inverness (Toledo).

Background

Smith, Everett William was born on March 17, 1897 in Geneva, Illinois, United States. Son of Louis Albert and Bessie Mae (Langs) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1923.

Career

Assistant general sales manager Certain-teed Products Corporation, 1923-1938. Assistant manager building materials Johns-Manville, 1938-1944. Vice-president, director Philip Carey Manufacturing Company, 1944-1948.

Vice president Owens-Corning-Fiberglas Corporation since 1949. Chairman Board of Governors Asphalt Roofing Industry Bureau, 1946-1947. President Fiber Wallboard Association, 1936, Asbestos Cement Products Association, 1947-1948.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, World War I. Member Asphalt Roofing Industry Advisory Committee, Asbestos Cement Products Industry Advisory Company during World. World War World War II President National Mineral Wool Association, 1958.

Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Chi Epsilon (charter, founding. Mason (Shriner).; Club: Inverness (Toledo).

Connections

Married Lillian Lemmon, September 11, 1920.; married second, Enid McGruther, 1935 (deceased). Children: Everett William, Edwin Bruce.

father:
Louis Albert Smith

mother:
Bessie Mae (Langs) Smith

spouse:
Lillian Lemmon

spouse:
Enid McGruther

child:
Everett William Smith

child:
Edwin Bruce Smith