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Louis Marshall Ream

government official , lieutenant

Louis Marshall Ream, American government official. Served as Lieutenant (senior grade) in aviation construction, United States Navy, World War I.

Background

Ream, Louis Marshall was born on July 7, 1887 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Norman Bruce and Caroline (Putnam) Ream.

Education

He was a student of Harvard School in Chicago, 1893-1902, Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, 1903-04, Princeton University, 1904-08.

Career

Worked as assistant in field of foreign sales, U.S. Steel Corporation, 1919-22; vice president, Phillips Wire Corporation, Pawtucket, R.I., 1923-38; assistant to Gen. William J. Donovan, Office of Strategic Services, Washington, D.C., 1942-45; administrator of administration management, American National Red Cross, Washington, D.C., from Mar. 1, 1946. Served as constructor in aviation construction., U.S. Navy, World War I.

Membership

Served as Lieutenant (senior grade) in aviation construction, United States Navy, World War I. Clubs: Hope, University (Providence, Rhode Island).

Connections

Married Mary Weaver, June 7, 1918 (divorced 1925).; married second, Marion Mason, 1929. Children: Mary Louise, Louis Marshall.

father:
Norman Bruce Ream

mother:
Caroline Thompson Putnam

1st wife:
Mary Weaver, married 1918, June 7

Son:
Louis Marshall

Daughter:
Mary Louise

2-nd wife:
Marion Mason, married 1929