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Fletcher Mccullough Durbin

manufacturing executive.

Fletcher Mccullough Durbin, American manufacturing executive. Served as Second lieutenant United States Vols., Cuba, 1898, Indiana National Guard, 1899-1904.; Member Local Draft Board 143, 1942-1947. Formerly trustee Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Chicago; Member American Society Mech. Engineers Military Order Loyal Legion, Indiana Society of Chicago (president 1927).

Background

Durbin, Fletcher Mccullough was born on April 25, 1880 in Anderson, Indiana, United States. Son of Winfield T. and Bertha (McCullough) Durbin.

Education

Educated Lawrenceville (New Jersey) School. Williams College, 1904.

Career

And operation of electric rys., Indiana, 1903-1910. Railway manager J. G. White & Company, New York, 1911. Manufacturing business, New York City, 1912-1915.

Vice president Sefton Manufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 1915-1927. President National Association Folding Box-makers, 1924-1925. President Paperboard Industries Association, 1925-1927.

Director First Investors Company of Illinois.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant United States Vols., Cuba, 1898, Indiana National Guard, 1899-1904. Member Local Draft Board 143, 1942-1947. Formerly trustee Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Chicago.

Member American Society Mech. Engineers Military Order Loyal Legion, Indiana Society of Chicago (president 1927). Clubs: Chicago, Saddle and Cycle, Commercial (Chicago).

Connections

Married Hazel West, November 20, 1907. Children: Elinor West, Winfield T. World War II Engaged in construction.

father:
Winfield T. Durbin

mother:
Bertha (McCullough) Durbin

spouse:
Hazel West

children:
Elinor West Durbin

Winfield T. World War II Engaged in constrn Durbin