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Manufacturing company executive

Neal Dahlberg Crane, American Manufacturing company executive. Decorated Legion of Merit, Bronze Star; Order British Empire. Served lieutenant colonel, Signal Corps, Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Member Fort Worth Club.

Background

Crane, Neal Dahlberg was born on October 28, 1916 in Stanley, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Ripon College, Wisconsin, 1938;student, University Wisconsin, 1938-1940.

Career

Graduate assistant, research assistant physics Department, University Wisconsin, 1938-1940;staff, Radiation Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1941;director operations division, (Office Technology Services, Department Commerce), 1946-1947;staff member, later director resources division, Research and Development Board, Office Assistant Secretary Defense for Research and Development, 1947-1956;consultant assistant secretary defense research and engineering, 1956-1962;special assistant to science director research labs, General Motors Corporation, 1956-1961;director applied development department, research and development division, American Machine & Foundry Company, 1961-1962;department director research and development division, American Machine & Foundry Company, 1962-1964;vice president research and development division, American Machine & Foundry Company, 1964-1966;vice president, assistant group executive process equipment group, 1966-1967;president, Ben Hogan, 1967-1970;vice president, deputy group executive sports products group, American Machine and Foundry, Inc., 1970;president, Jacobsen Manufacturing Company, 1971-1974;chairman, Jacobsen Manufacturing Company, 1974-1976;vice president, ALI, Inc., 1974-1977.

Membership

Served to lieutenant colonel, Signal Corps, Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Member Fort Worth Club.

Connections

Son of and (Dahlberg) C. Married Elizabeth Henery, 1954.

spouse:
Elizabeth Henery