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business executive.

Lee David Butler, business executive. Member Virginia Angus Association (president 1962), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Butler, Lee David was born on February 6, 1897 in Dunmore, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of James Samuel and Ethel Blanch (Frey) Butler.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University, 1922, Master of Arts, 1924. President, treasurer Lee D. Butler, Inc., Washington, 1930-1979. Owner-manager Kinloch Farm, 1941-1981.

Director Potomac Electric Power Company, 1948-1979, member Executive Committee, 1952-1979. Chairman of the executive committee Woodward & Lathrop, 1967-1977, director, 1950-1977. Vice-president, director National Symphony Orchestra.

President United Community Services, Washington, 1950-1952. Chairman blood donor service District of Columbia chapter American Red Cross, World World War II, chairman war fund campaign, Washington area, 1945. Board directors Emergency Hospital, Washington.

Board directors, Executive Committee Atlantic Rural Exposition, 1951-1982, vice president, 1981. Alumni trustee Princeton University, 1952-1956.

Career

Director Potomac Electric Power Company, 1948-1979, mem. President United Community Services, Washington, 1950-1952.

Membership

Member Virginia Angus Association (president 1962), Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Princeton (Washington) (president 1942-1945), Metropolitan (Washington).

Connections

Married Margaret Burchard Fine, June 23, 1930. Children: Lee David, Margo Butler Lorig, Adele Butler McLennan.

father:
James Samuel Butler

mother:
Ethel Blanch (Frey) Butler

spouse:
Margaret Burchard Fine

child:
Lee David Butler

child:
Margo Butler Lorig Butler

child:
Adele Butler McLennan Butler