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Financial executive

Frederick Greeley Crocker,, American financial executive. McKinsey scholar Columbia University, New York City, 1964; recipient Professional Accounting prize Columbia University, 1964.


Crocker,, Frederick Greeley was born on June 26, 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Frederick Greeley and Mary Jane (Bigelow) Crocker.


Bachelor cum laude, Harvard University, 1959. Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1964. Bachelor of Business Administration cum laude, Assumption College, 1990.


Finance analyst, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1964-1966;manager finance planning, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1966-1969;director business development, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1969-1970;controller grinding wheel division, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1970-1973;vice president, general manager safety products division, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1973-1982;vice president, contractor parent company, Norton Company, Worchester, Massachusetts, 1982-1991;vice president, chief finance officer, Springborn laboratories, Inc., Enfield, Connecticut, since 1991.


Trustee Bancroft School, Worcester, 1979-1981. Treasurer Holden (Massachusetts) District Hospital, 1967-1970. Trustee Worcester Foundation Experimental Biology, 1973-1975.

Trustee, board directors Worcester County Mechanics Association, 1982. Board directors University Massachusetts Hospital, 1984, Worcester Young Men’s Christian Association, 1990. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1959-1962.

Member Beta Gamma Sigma.


Married Laura D. Case, November 22, 1959 (divorced 1977). Children: Frederick Greely, Stephen Chase, Marian Dennison. Married Rebecca C. Bennett, January 19, 1980.

Frederick Greeley Crocker,

Mary Jane (Bigelow) Crocker,

Laura D. Case

Rebecca C. Bennett

Frederick Greely Crocker,

Stephen Chase Crocker,

Marian Dennison Crocker,