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printing executive

Owen Thomas Cook, American printing executive. Recipient Albert Gallatin Business award Zurich-American Company, 1972. Lieutenant Monroeville Volunteer Fire Department 4, Pennsylvania, 1970-1973; president board directors Monroeville Public Library, 1981-1987; troop leader Boy Scouts American, Monroeville, 1975-1985. Member Printing House Craftsmen, Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce (president board directors 1965-1975). Lodges: Masons.

Background

Cook, Owen Thomas was born on August 30, 1926 in Springfield, Illinois, United States. Son of Owen Thaddius and Opal (MacDonald) Cook.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Printing Management, Carnegie Mellon University, 1950.

Career

Manager plant Acme Printing Company, Pittsburgh, 1950-1955. Superintendent plant William G. Johnston Company, 1955-1962. President ABC Press, Inc., Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 1962-1981, Associates Litho, Inc., Pittsburgh, since 1981.

Instructor Printing Industry Pittsburgh, 1957-1958.

Membership

Lieutenant Monroeville Volunteer Fire Department 4, Pennsylvania, 1970-1973. President board directors Monroeville Public Library, 1981-1987. Troop leader Boy Scouts American, Monroeville, 1975-1985.

Member Printing House Craftsmen, Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce (president board directors 1965-1975). Lodges: Masons.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fishing, camping, travel.

Connections

Married Gail Ann Maize, June 12, 1963. Children: Thomas G., James V.

father:
Owen Thaddius Cook

mother:
Opal (MacDonald) Cook

spouse:
Gail Ann Maize

child:
Thomas G. Cook

child:
James V. Cook