Paul Cousart Beatty, American realtor. Recipient Outstanding Citizen award Woodmen of the World, 1951; named Outstanding Citizen of Halifax County, Boston Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1960.
Beatty, Paul Cousart was born on March 1, 1918 in Beverly, New Jersey, United States. Son of Albert Edwin and Florence (Perkins) Beatty.
T.E., Philadelphia Textile Institute, 1939. Graduate Advanced Management Program, Harvard, 1954.
Manager Watertown Woolen Mills, Millbury, Massachusetts, 1940-1941. Woolen superintendent Beacon Manufacturing Company, Swannanoa, North Carolina, 1941-1942. Instructor Philadelphia Textile Institute, 1942-1943.
Technician American Viscose Corporation, Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania, 1943-1946. Manager Pacific Mills, Halifax, Virginia, 1946-1959. Vice president Record Advertiser, South Boston, Virginia, 1959-1960.
General manager Halifax Cotton Mills, South Boston, 1960-1962. President Danville Industries, Inc. (Virginia), 1963-1971, also director.
Salesman McDaniel Realty, Richmond, 1972-1973. Also director President Halifax United Fund, 1960-1961. Chief Halifax Volunteer Fire Department, 1947-1952.
Chairman Halifax County School Board, 1966-1970. Member Halifax Town Council, 25 years Board of directors Red Cross Bloodmobile, Halifax County Little Theatre.
Member Halifax Town Council, 25 years Board of directors Red Cross Bloodmobile, Halifax County Little Theatre. Member National Association Hosiery Manufacturers (director 1967-1973), The Carded Yarn Association (director) 1966-1970) Newcomen Society N. American. Club: Sportsmen (director) (Halifax).
Married Moselle Olive Butterworth, December 4, 1943. Children: Sherryl Ann, Paul Craig.