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business executive

Maxwell I. Schultz, business executive. Created, developed unique method of measuring standards of efficiency. Member American, New York marketing associations, Muscular Dystrophy Association (trustee, member executive committee), Pi Gamma Museum Clubs: Scarsdale Golf, City Athletic.

Background

Schultz, Maxwell I. was born on July 4, 1910 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Philip H. and Eva (Nadel) Schultz.

Education

Student, Dartmouth College. Bachelor of Science, University Pennsylvania, 1931.

Career

Executive vice president Willmark Service System, Inc., 1931-1943, Willmark Research Corporation, 1936-1943. Member executive committee Norwalk Lock Company, 1944-1945. Executive vice president, assistant to president Adam Hat Stores, Inc., 1946-1947, president, director, from 1947.

President Mountain Paper Products Corporation, Bellows Falls, Vermont, since 1962, also director. Business consultant, since 1948. Lecturer Wharton Graduate School, University Pennsylvania, since 1939.

Lecturer Northwestern University, Babson Institute.

Achievements

  • Created, developed unique method of measuring standards of efficiency.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: G.G.I. Dynamic Key to Sales Success. Co-author: Turn on the Green Lights in Your Life. Contributor various trade publications.

Membership

Member American, New York marketing associations, Muscular Dystrophy Association (trustee, member executive committee), Pi Gamma Museum Clubs: Scarsdale Golf, City Athletic.

Connections

Married Estelle Bernstein, June 6, 1933. Children: Philip Gary, Arlene Carol, Eva Lynn.

father:
Philip H. Schultz

mother:
Eva (Nadel) Schultz

spouse:
Estelle Bernstein

child:
Eva Lynn Schultz

child:
Philip Gary Schultz

child:
Arlene Carol Schultz