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John Clements Wallace

metal company executive

John Clements Wallace, American metal company executive. Served from ensign to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member Yale Engineering Association Clubs: Union League (New York City); Short Hills (New Jersey); Conwango (Warren, Pennsylvania); Duquesne (Pittsburgh).

Background

Wallace, John Clements was born on July 4, 1920 in Pittsburgh. Son of George R. and Jaquetta (Clements) Wallace.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, Yale, 1942.

Career

Draftsman with Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Company, 1946-1948. Design engineer Lima Hamilton Corporation, 1946-1951. From chief engineer to vice president, general manager Hunt Spiller Manufacturing Corporation, Boston, 1951-1957.

Vice president manufacturing Walworth Company, New York City, 1957-1958. Vice president, general manager, 1958-1959. President, 1959-1960.

Senior vice president, director John Wood Company (metal fabrications), New York City, 1960-1971. Director Anthes Imperial Ltd., 1967-1969, Multiplex Company, 1966-1970. President Struthers Nuclear & Process Company division (Struthers Wells Corporation), 1971, president, director corporation, since 1972.

Membership

Served from ensign to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member Yale Engineering Association Clubs: Union League (New York City). Short Hills (New Jersey).

Conwango (Warren, Pennsylvania). Duquesne (Pittsburgh).

Connections

Married Carolyn Cresson, May 26, 1951 (deceased May 1956). 1 daughter, Helen L. Married Mary Willson, June 14, 1958.

Children: John Clements, Melissa W.