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energy company executive

Isadore Meyer Scott, American Former energy company executive. Bar: Virginia 1937. Decorated Legion of Merit, Silver Star, Purple Heart, Bronze Star (United States); Crown of Italy; medal of merit Czechoslovakia; Mentioned-in-dispatches, England; fellow Museum American Jewish History.

Background

Scott, Isadore Meyer was born on November 21, 1912 in Wilcoe, West Virginia, United States. Son of David and Libby (Roston) Scott.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, West Virginia University, 1934;Master of Arts, West Virginia University, 1938;Juris Doctor, Washington and Lee University, 1937;Doctor of Laws, West Virginia U., 1983.

Career

Practiced law, Richmond, Virginia, 1937-1938;vice president, Lee I. Robinson Hosiery Mills., Philadelphia, 1938-1942;with, Winner Manufacturing Company, Inc., Trenton, 1947-1961;vice president, Winner Manufacturing Company, Inc., Trenton, 1947-1951;president, Winner Manufacturing Company, Inc., Trenton, 1951-1961;Chairman of the Board, Tri-Institutional Facilities, Inc., Philadelphia, 1962-1978;Chairman of the Board, TOSCO Corporation, Los Angeles, 1976-1983;vice-Chairman of the Board, TOSCO Corporation, Los Angeles, 1983-1987. Board directors, chairman University City Associations, Inc. Founder, member United States Advisory Board British-American Project.

Achievements

  • Bar: Virginia 1937.

Membership

Board of directors S.E. Pennsylvania chapter American Red Cross, International Rescue Committee, University City Science Center, Philadelphia. Member of advisory committee Urban Affair Partnership. Board directors emeritus, former member Executive Committee, vice-chairman Philadelphia Museum Art.

Former chairman World Affairs Council Philadelphia. Member Philadelphia Committee Foreign Rels. Trustee emeritus Washington and Lee University.

Emeritus trustee George C. Marshall Foundation. Former chairman Christ Church Preservation Fund, Philadelphia, Jefferson House Restoration, Philadelphia With infantry United States Army, 1942-1946, North African Theatre of Operations, European Theatre of Operations. Member Virginia State Bar, Philadelphia Club, Gulph Mills Golf, Anglers of Philadelphia, Masons, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Coif.

(honorary).

Connections

Married Joan Rosenwald, February 14, 1943. Children: Betsy Scott Kleeblatt, Peggy, Jonathan D.

father:
David Scott

mother:
Libby (Roston) Scott

spouse:
Joan Rosenwald

child:
Betsy Scott Kleeblatt Scott

child:
Peggy Scott

child:
Jonathan D. Scott