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chemical corporation executive

Joseph DiPietro, Italian chemicals executive. Achievements include patents in field. Union Carbide fellow, 1958, Edgar Fahr Smith fellow, 1960, National Science Foundation Postdoctoral fellow, 1961-1962.

Background

DiPietro, Joseph was born on April 21, 1932 in Messina, Italy. Son of Ernest and Joseph (Arigo) DiPietro.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Brooklyn College, 1955. Master of Sciences, University Maryland., 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1961.

Career

Senior scientist Celanese Research Company, 1962-1967. Research director Michigan Chemical Corporation, 1967-1969, vice president research and development, 1969-1971. Professor, director Flammability Institute, U. Detroit, 1971-1972.

Director fine and secondary chemicals ANIC, S.P.A., Milan, Italy, 1973-1978. President Sclavo Inc., Wayne, New Jersey, 1979-1984. President Juris Doctor Associations, Montclair, New Jersey, 1984.

Active National Italian-American Foundation Union Carbide fellow, 1958. Edgar Fahr Smith fellow, 1960. National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow, 1961-1962.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Flammability News Bulletin, 1972-1976. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Active National Italian-American Foundation. Member of American Chemical Society (president N. Jersey section polymer division 1966-1967), Summit (New Jersey) Association Scientists (president 1965-1966), American Management Association, Chemists Club.

Connections

Married Anita J. Kritzler, April 23, 1962. Children: Ernest, Deborah, Michael Senior.

father:
Ernest DiPietro

mother:
Joseph (Arigo) DiPietro

spouse:
Anita J. Kritzler

child:
Michael Senior DiPietro

child:
Ernest DiPietro

child:
Deborah DiPietro