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foundry consultant

Joseph Stuart Schumacher, American foundry consultant. Achievements include patents in field. Fellow: Institute British Foundrymen; member: American Foundrymen's Society (chapter chairman 1949, Science Merit award 1967, Gold medal 1974, Silver Anniversary award 1983), Masons, Sigma Chi.

Background

Schumacher, Joseph Stuart was born on June 7, 1912 in Hillsboro, Ohio, United States. Son of Ernest W. and Helen H. (Hussey) Schumacher.

Education

Student, Denison University, 1930—1932. Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1935.

Career

Metallurgist Cincinnati Milacron, 1935—1944. Technical director, vice president Hill & Griffith Company, Cincinnati, 1944—1969. President J. Schumacher & Company, 1969—1972, since 1977.

Technical director International Minerals & Chemical Corporation, Libertyville, Illinois, 1972—1977. Former director Heriot-Watt University Dietert Company, Detroit. Vice president Executive Consultant Association, since 1978.

Consultant, speaker to industry, since 1944. Consultant editor The Foundry Magazine, since 1968.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, scientific papers.

Membership

Fellow: Institute British Foundrymen. Member: American Foundrymen's Society (chapter chairman 1949, Science Merit award 1967, Gold medal 1974, Silver Anniversary award 1983), Masons, Sigma Chi.

Connections

Married Dorothy Jene Lamb Schumacher, July 24, 1937. 1 child Joseph Stuart.

father:
Ernest W. Schumacher

mother:
Helen H. (Hussey) Schumacher

spouse:
Dorothy Jene Lamb Schumacher

child:
Joseph Stuart Schumacher