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computer company executive

Howard S. Levin, American computer company executive. Named Founder Computer Leasing Industry, Computer Lessors Association, 1980. Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Institute Management Sciences, American Statistical Association, Association Computing Machinery, Operations Research Society of America.

Background

Levin, Howard S. was born on February 16, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Harry and Sara (Pease) Levin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Chicago, 1946.

Career

Instructor mathematics University Illinois, 1946—1948. Assistant mathematics Illinois Institute of Technology, 1949—1950. Mathematician United States Air Force, 1950—1953.

Methods research officer Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, 1953—1954. Senior consultant Ebasco Services, 1954—1958. National manager computer applications and operations research Arthur Young & Company, 1958—1961.

Chairman executive committee Computer Resources, Inc., 1970—1973, director. President, chairman finance committee Levin-Townsend Computer Corporation, New York City, 1961—1971, director, Levin International Corporation (formerly Levin Computer Corporation), New York City., since 1971, Trans Atlantic Games, Incorporated, New York York City., president New York City, director, 1982. Pilot Lottery Systems, president, director, 1987.

Served with United States Army, 1943-1946, with United States Air Force, 1950-1953.

Membership

Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Institute Management Sciences, American Statistical Association, Association Computing Machinery, Operations Research Society of America.

Connections

Children: Janet Levin Rudolph, Wendy.

father:
Harry Levin

mother:
Sara (Pease) Levin

children:
Janet Levin Rudolph Levin

Wendy Levin