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Food products company executive

Jack Byron Hartog, American food products company executive. Manager Lewis Kruger campaign for New York State Assembly, 1975. Served with Netherlands Army, 1945-1947. Member Association Food Industries (president 1985-1987), Processed Apples Institute (advisory council since 1986, board directors since 1989), National Juice Products Association (governmental affairs committee since 1985).

Background

Hartog, Jack Byron was born on July 13, 1927 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Came to the United States, 1940. Son of Jacob Salomon and Flora Hartog.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, New York University, 1945. Master in Administrative Engineering, New York University, 1947.

Career

Mechanical engineer Hydropress Incorporated, New York York City, 1947-1948. Time study engineer I. Miller & Sons, 1948. Shoe manufacturing executive Dale Footwear Inc., Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, 1949-1955.

Plant manager E.T. Nash, New York City, 1955-1956, United Leather Goods Corporation, Brooklyn, 1957-1958. Partner F. Staal Inc.-Jewelers, New York City, since 1958. Vice president Hartog Trading Corporation, 1958-1965, president, since 1965.

Achievements

  • Avocations: collecting American art pottery, tennis, bridge.

Membership

Manager Lewis Kruger campaign for New York State Assembly, 1975. Served with Netherlands Army, 1945-1947. Member Association Food Industries (president 1985-1987), Processed Apples Institute (advisory council since 1986, board directors since 1989), National Juice Products Association (governmental affairs committee since 1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: collecting American art pottery, tennis, bridge.

Connections

Married Barbara Oppenheimer, November 30, 1950. Children: Jack Byron Junior, Anne Hartog Stark.

father:
Jacob Salomon

mother:
Flora Hartog

spouse:
Barbara Oppenheimer

child:
Jack Byron Junior Hartog

child:
Anne Hartog Stark Hartog