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consultant , Glass company executive

Joseph Cook Littleton, American glass company executive, consultant. Registered professional engineer, New York. Named to Corning Painted Post Sports Hall of Fame, 1979. Member Corning Board Public Works, 1954-1960, Corning Zoning Board, 1951-1953; chairman Urbana (New York ) Zoning Board Appeals, since 1988. Captain United States Army, 1942-1945, PTO. Member of Bath Country (New York ), Castle Creek Fishing (Corning).

Background

Littleton, Joseph Cook was born on October 30, 1920 in Corning, New York, United States. Son of Jesse Talbot and Bessie (Cook) Littleton.

Education

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Cornell University, 1942.

Career

Engineer, business executive, Corning (New York) Glass Works, 1945-1969;vice president, Corning (New York) Glass Works, 1970-1985;consultant, Corning (New York) Glass Works, 1985-1989;Chairman of the Board, Diagnostic Research Inc., Roslyn, New York, 1972-1975;president, Hodes Lang Corporation, North Bergen, New Jersey, 1969-1975;president, Cormedics Inc., Somerville, New Jersey, 1971-1974;Chairman of the Board, Kansas City Biological Company, Lenexa, Kansas, 1982-1983. Board directors J.H. Ullman and Associations, Corning, New York.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patentee in field.

Religion

The Covenant is the means of grace by which the relationship with God is accepted and then sustained. It is therefore not so much about getting in to a relationship with God as it is about staying in it.

Politics

Working in partnership with different Christian denominations allows influencing public policy more effectively.

Views

The supportive small group inside the Church is the most powerful tool for people to feel that they belong and also to learn and grow.

Membership

Member Corning Board Public Works, 1954-1960, Corning Zoning Board, 1951-1953. Chairman Urbana (New York ) Zoning Board Appeals, since 1988. Captain United States Army, 1942-1945, PTO. Member of Bath Country (New York ), Castle Creek Fishing (Corning).

Connections

Married Barbara Ann Gunnell, June 2, 1945. Children: Nancy Jo, Margaret Ann, William John.

father:
Jesse Talbot Littleton

mother:
Bessie (Cook) Littleton

spouse:
Barbara Ann Gunnell

child:
Nancy Jo Littleton

child:
Margaret Ann Littleton

child:
William John Littleton