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air transport company executive

John Maclean Stratton, American air transport company executive. Major United States Army Air Corps, 1941-1945, World War II, lieutenant colonel United States Air Force, 1949-1952, Korea. Member National 210 Owners Association (president, editor Airletter), American Veterans Medical Airlift Service (Chief Executive Officer).

Background

Stratton, John Maclean was born on November 1, 1916 in Rosedale, Kansas, United States. Son of George Weatherworth and Margaret Shearer (Maclean) Stratton.

Education

Bachelor, University Kansas, 1939. Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1940.

Career

Manager advertising & marketing Spencer Chemical Company (now Grace Chemical), 1945-1948. Vice president, manager Rogers & Smith Advertising Agency, Kansas City, Missouri, 1948-1949. With Ruthrauff & Ryan ADvt.

Agency, New York City, Chicago, Detroit, 1952-1954, Ramsey, Stratton, Barley & Brown, 1954-1958. Owner, chairman board directors JAMSCO Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles, from 1958. Chairman board directors The Circutone Company, Inc., from 1966.

President JAMSCO-television, Hollywood, California. Creator national air/surface transportation service for American vets and 170 VA medical centers, since 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee in field.

Membership

Major United States Army Air Corps, 1941-1945, World War II, lieutenant colonel United States Air Force, 1949-1952, Korea. Member National 210 Owners Association (president, editor Airletter), American Veterans Medical Airlift Service (Chief Executive Officer).

Connections

Married Kathryn McCrea Hines, December 25, 1942 (deceased). Children: Laura Kathryn, Mark Hines.

father:
George Weatherworth Stratton

mother:
Margaret Shearer (Maclean) Stratton

spouse:
Kathryn McCrea Hines

child:
Laura Kathryn Stratton

child:
Mark Hines Stratton