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metal products executive

James Duane Short, American metal products executive. Board directors Employee Retirement Income Security Act Industry Committee, Washington, since 1978; member Health Policy Institute, Pittsburgh, since 1980; president Health Research Services Foundation, 1980—1984; Member of American Iron and Steel Institute, Finance Executives Institute, Valley Brook Country Club (McMurray, Pennsylvania), Duquesne Club (Pittsburgh).

Background

Short, James Duane was born on February 21, 1926 in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Theodore T. Short and Margaret (Large) Short Deerfield.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Mount Union College, 1951.

Career

General accounting director United States Steel Corporation, New York City, 1966—1969, finance manager Pittsburgh, 1970—1974. Comptroller Southern Steel, Birmingham, Alabama, 1974—1976, vice president benefits Pittsburgh, 1976—1980, vice president accounting, 1980—1982, vice president benefits, since 1982. With United States Army, 1944-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Membership

Board directors Employee Retirement Income Security Act Industry Committee, Washington, since 1978. Member Health Policy Institute, Pittsburgh, since 1980. President Health Research Services Foundation, 1980—1984.

Member of American Iron and Steel Institute, Finance Executives Institute, Valley Brook Country Club (McMurray, Pennsylvania), Duquesne Club (Pittsburgh).

Connections

Married Myrtle Burgman, August 27, 1949. Children: Gerry L. Winters, Sandra L. McGuire.

father:
Theodore T. Short Deerfield

mother:
Margaret (Large) Short Deerfield

spouse:
Myrtle Burgman

child:
Gerry L. Winters Short

child:
Sandra L. McGuire Short