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Manufacturing company executive

George Niden, American Manufacturing company executive.

Background

Niden, George was born on April 7, 1917 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Michael and Paraskeva (Krevchena) Niden.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Massachusetts, 1938. Postgraduate, Northeastern University, 1941. Postgraduate, Yale University, 1942.

Postgraduate, Boston University, 1950.

Career

With, American Locker Company, Inc., 1939-1985;successively trainee, staff assistant, district manager, American Locker Company, Inc. (West Coast)director sales, American Locker Company, Inc. (West Coast), 1950;assistant vice president sales-service, American Locker Company, Inc.

(West Coast), 1957-1962;vice president, American Locker Company, Inc. (West Coast), 1962-1964;executive vice president, American Locker Company, Inc. (West Coast), 1964-1973;president, American Locker Company, Inc.

(West Coast), 1973-1985;also directorexecutive vice president, Canada Locker Limited company, 1966-1973;president, Canada Locker Limited company, 1973-1985;also directorexecutive vice president, Automatic Voting Machine Corporation, 1973;retired, 1985.

Membership

Served from private to major United States Army and United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945. Member American Legion, Adelphia (vice president), American Association Airport Executives, American Bus Association, Canada Motorcoach Association, Hocksters International (president 3 years), American Operators Councils International, University Massachusetts Alumni Association (director 1981-1986), Kappa Sigma (president) Clubs: Livingston (director), Wellesley Country, Sportsmen of Western New York, Rod and Gun.

Connections

Married Barbara C. Macdonald, August 23, 1945. Children: Martha C., George, Wilma Bates and Lucinda Hubbard (twins).

father:
Michael Niden

mother:
Paraskeva (Krevchena) Niden

spouse:
Barbara C. Macdonald

child:
Martha C. Niden

child:
George Niden

child:
Wilma Bates and Lucinda Hubbard Niden (twins)