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Metals company executive

Nathan Sidney Addlestone, American metals company executive.


Addlestone, Nathan Sidney was born on January 16, 1913 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Son of Abram and Rachel (Lader) Addlestone.


Graduate public high school. Doctor of Letters (honorary), College Charleston, 1989.


With, Sumter (South Carolina.) Iron & Metal Company, 1932-1945; president, Sumter (South Carolina.) Iron & Metal Company, 1938-1945; founding president, Addlestone & Company, Sumter, 1945-1966; founding president, Addlestone Steel Corporation, 1945-1966; president, Columbia Steel & Metal Company, 1951-1988; founder, Chairman of the Board, Steelmet, Inc., Charleston, 1961-1973; president, treasurer, director, Metro Iron & Metal Corporation, 1964-1974; founder, president, Chairman of the Board, Raw Materials Corporation, 1969-1980; founder, president, Chairman of the Board, Addlestone International Corporation, Charleston, since 1973; founder, Chairman of the Board, Allied Steel Corporation, Charleston, 1984-1989; vice president, treasurer, Ramkin, Inc., 1985-1994; president, Ramkin, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, since 1994; president, Chairman of the Board, Association Iron & Metals Company, Jacksonville, Florida, 1985-1988; president, Chairman of the Board, N. Goldberg Company, Inc., Charleston, 1986-1988; president, Dreyfus Associations, since 1988; President, Ramkin, Inc., 1994-present; President & Chief Executive Officer & Treasurer, Addlestone International, 1973-present; President & Treasurer, 5705 Hwy Ave Corporation, 1993-present. Founder, Chairman of the Board, president Addlestone Export Corporation, 1974-1988. Founder, chairman, president Addlestone Recycling Corporation, Metter, Georgia, 1993-1997, Addlestone & Company, Jacksonville, Florida, 1993-1997.


Member, delegate Bureau International de la Recuperation, 1973-1995. Board directors Jewish Community Center, Charleston, Nations Bank South Carolina, 1991-1993. President Addlestone Hebrew Academy Trust, 1976-1989.

Member Trident Area Commission for Technology Education, 1976-1987, chairman board, 1981-1986. President, chairman board Nathan S. and Marlene Addlestone Foundation, Inc., since 1979. Member of the Chamber of Commerce Sumter (past president), National Association Secondary Materials (past board directors), Institute Scrap Iron and Steel (past board directors, member foreign trade committee 1965-1990, vice chairman 1970-1971) Clubs: Rotarian, Elk, Mason, Shriner.


Married Marlene Kronsberg, April 27, 1982. Children by previous marriage: Carole Anita, Susan Lader. Stepchildren: Avram Kronsberg Junior, Edward Kronsberg.

Abram Addlestone

Rachel (Lader) Addlestone

Marlene Kronsberg

Edward Kronsberg Addlestone

Avram Kronsberg Junior Addlestone