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Glenn Andrews Edit Profile

also known as Arthur Glenn Andrews

United States Representative from Alabama

Glenn Andrews, former United States Representative from Alabama. Member committee sponsors MacArthur Memorial Committee, Former Members Congress, Association Ex-Mems. Squadron A.

Background

Andrews, Glenn was born on January 15, 1909 in Anniston, Alabama, United States. Son of Roger Lee and Beryl Elizabeth (Jones) Andrews.

Education

Student, Mercersburg Academy, 1926-1927;Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1931.

Career

With, International Business Machines Corporation, National City Bank, New York City, 1931-1937;salesman, district manager subsidiary, Eastman Kodak Company, New Orleans, 1937-1947;advertising executive, president, Andrews Advertising, Inc., Anniston, since 1947;member, 89th Congress 4th District, Alabamafarmer, Anniston, Alabama, since 1960. President Glendale Realty Company, Inc., Anniston. Member James Madison Commission, since 1964.

Standing trustee in bankruptcy court, Anniston. Chairman Republican Party, Calhoun County, since 1952. Candidate secretary state, 1956.

Candidate Alabama House of Representatives, 1958. Regional coordinator Republican Committee, 1960-1964, district chairman, delegate state convention, 1962, delegate national convention, 1964, 72;Republican chairman 4th Congressional Alabama District.

Membership

Member committee sponsors MacArthur Memorial Committee, Former Members Congress, Association Ex-Mems. Squadron A. Clubs: Rotarian, Mason (32, K.T.), Anniston Country. Nassau (Princeton, New Jersey).

Connections

Married Ethel Standish Jackson, January 1937 (deceased 2001). Children: Ethel Houston (Mistress George Kilby), Arthur Glenn, Frank Scott.

father:
Roger Lee Andrews

mother:
Beryl Elizabeth (Jones) Andrews

spouse:
Ethel Standish Jackson

children:
Ethel Houston Andrews (Mistress George Kilby)

Arthur Glenn Andrews

Frank Scott Andrews