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George Livingston Cassidy

association executive.

George Livingston Cassidy, American association executive. Awarded Bronze Star, Army commendation ribbon, European-North African theatre ribbon with battle star; decorated officer, Order of the Crown (Belgium).

Background

Cassidy, George Livingston was born on July 24, 1902 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of George and Doctor Caroline (Macdermott) Cassidy.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, 1926. Student, New York University, 1942-1943.

Career

Mary-Light Schaeffer, October 8, 1926. Children—Martin Macdermott, Patrick Livingston. Reporter. Providence (Rhode Island) Journal, 1922-1923.

Reporter, Brooklyn (New York) Times, 1927-1934. Legislative correspondent, associate educated, New York Post, 1934-1940. Member, New York State Labor Relations Board, 1941-1943.

Chief roving European correspondent, also war correspondent, New York Post, 1946-1947, editorial page editor, 1947. Assistant to general manager, New York Post Home News, managing editor, 1948. Public relations counsel, since 1948.

Executive director America-Israel Society, since 1954. Member, manager American-Israel Society-Princeton Theological Seminary-Link Marine Archaeological Expedition to Israel, 1960.

Membership

Member, New York State Labor Relations Board, 1941-1943. Member, manager American-Israel Society-Princeton Theological Seminary-Link Marine Archaeological Expedition to Israel, 1960. Member labor relations panel American Arbitration Association.

Served United States Army, advancing from major lieutenant colonel, 1943-1946. Member Society of Silurians, Delta Upsilon. Club: Brown University (New York City).

Connections

Married Doctor; children: Martin Macdermott, Patrick Livingston.

father:
George Cassidy

mother:
Doctor Caroline (Macdermott) Cassidy

spouse:
Doctor

children:
Martin Macdermott Cassidy

Patrick Livingston Cassidy