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Jack Rimmer

Chemical company executive

Jack Rimmer was American chemical company executive. Vice president, trustee Arts-in-Education Foundation of New Jersey; trustee Brooklyn College Foundation Score; board directors Armory Art Center With United States Navy, 1944-1946. Member American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemical Engineers, World Trade Association.

Background

Rimmer, Jack was born on March 1, 1921 in New York City. Son of Sigmund and Esther (Grumet) Rimmer.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Brooklyn College, 1946.

Career

Production manager Winthrop Laboratories, Rensselaer, New York, 1946-1957. Director operations B.T. Babbitt, Inc., Albany, 1957-1961. With W.R. Grace & Company, New York City, 1961-1985, executive vice president, 1980-1985, also director.

President The Grey Group, 1988. Board directors W.R. Grace & Company, Dearborn Chemical Company, Dearborn-United Kingdom Ltd., E.J. Killam Associates, Teroson K.K. (Japan), The Grey Group. Lecturer Georgetown University.

Instructor Hudson Valley Technology Institute, Northwood University.

Membership

Vice president, trustee Arts-in-Education Foundation of New Jersey. Trustee Brooklyn College Foundation Score. Board directors Armory Art Center With United States Navy, 1944-1946.

Member American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemical Engineers, World Trade Association.

Connections

Married Mae Haskin, October 31, 1942. Children: Phyllis Ellen, Carole Ruth, Ann Rhoda.