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Halbert Scranton Gillette Edit Profile

Publisher ( committee media)publisher

Halbert Scranton Gillette, American Publisher ( committee media)publisher. Member Lake Forest City Council.; Served to ensign United States Naval Reserve, World World War World War II; Member Phi Gamma Delta.; Club: Onwentsia (Lake Forest, Illinois).

Background

Gillette, Halbert Scranton was born on June 29, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Edward Scranton and Claribel (Thornton) Gillette.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1944.

Career

January 1962); children— Anne Livingston, Susan L. Married Karla Ann McCall, June 8, 1963. Children— James McCall, Halbert G., Edward S.II. Space buyer Andrews Agency, 1946-1948.

Advertising manager Good Roads Mach. Company, Minerva, Ohio, 1948. Executive vice president Gillette Public Company, Chicago, 1949-1972, Scranton Public Company, Chicago, 1972-1977, Insurance News, Inc., Phoenix.

President Scranton Gillette Communications, Inc., since 1977. Chairman of the Board, president Doctor's Tax Letter, Inc., Publisher's Paper Company, Inc., Ednl. Screen Inc., Diapason, Inc., Piano Trade Magazine, Florist and Nursery Exchange, 1972-1977.

Chairman of the Board Occidental Life Insurance Company North Carolina, 1973-1974, McMillen Company, Jacksonville, Florida, 1974-1977. Director Occidental Fire & Casualty Company, Denver.

Membership

Member Lake Forest City Council. Served to ensign United States Naval Reserve, World World War World War II. Member Phi Gamma Delta.

Club: Onwentsia (Lake Forest, Illinois).

Connections

Married Mary Livingston, February 12, 1949 (deceased January 1962). Children: Anne Livingston, Susan Livingston. Married Karla Ann McCall, June 8, 1963.

Children: James McCall, Halbert G., Edward S. World War II.

father:
Edward Scranton Gillette

mother:
Claribel (Thornton) Gillette

spouses:
Mary Livingston

Karla Ann McCall

children:
Anne Livingston Gillette

Susan Livingston Gillette

James McCall Gillette

Halbert G. Gillette

Edward S. World War II Gillette