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Manufacturing executive

Frederick Ray Meyer, American manufacturing executive. Registered professional engineer, Indiana. Chairman Republican Alan Steelman's campaigns, 1972, 74; chairman Dallas County Republican Committee; trustee Institute for Aerobics Research; board directors Fund for Theological Education Served with United States Army, 1953-1955. Member Dallas Petroleum Club. Lodge: Masons.

Background

Meyer, Frederick Ray was born on December 30, 1927 in Highland Park, Illinois, United States. Son of Raymond Thorne and Marian Catherine (Anderson) Meyer.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1949. Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1958.

Career

Treasurer Aladdin Industries, Nashville, 1958-1967. President Crescent Dallas division Tyler Corporation, Dallas, 1967-1968. Vice president corporate staff Tyler Corporation, 1968-1970, senior vice president, 1970-1977, executive vice president, 1977-1983, president, chief operating officer, from 1983, also board directors, member executive committee, consultant.

President Tyler Technologies, Inc., 1983—1986. Chairman Aladdin Industries LLC, 1985—2005, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1987—1994, 1995—1999. Director Aladdin Industries, Inc., Arvin Industries, Inc., board directors SWS Group, Inc., board directors Westwood Holdings Group, Inc.

, board directors Palm Harbor Homes, Inc., since 1994.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, Indiana.

Membership

Chairman Republican Alan Steelman's campaigns, 1972, 74. Chairman Dallas County Republican Committee. Trustee Institute for Aerobics Research.

Board directors Fund for Theological Education Served with United States Army, 1953-1955. Member Dallas Petroleum Club. Lodge: Masons.

Connections

Married Barbara Spreuer, October 24, 1953. Children: Cheryl L., Amy Sue, Bradley A.

father:
Raymond Thorne Meyer

mother:
Marian Catherine (Anderson) Meyer

spouse:
Barbara Spreuer

child:
Cheryl L. Meyer

child:
Amy Sue Meyer

child:
Bradley A. Meyer