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Reginald A. Wentworth

engineer.

Reginald A. Wentworth, American engineer. Member American Society Mech. Engineers (chairman management div.), Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (industrial committee 1934-1938), American Society Mech. Engineers.

Background

Wentworth, Reginald A. was born on November 23, 1882 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Hall and Annie L. (Locke) Wentworth.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1904.

Career

1910-1915; superintendent Saco-Lowell Shops, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1915-1918. In charge production, plant engineering, construction and installation United States Cartridge Company, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1918-1919. Works manager Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, New York, 1919-1922.

Manufacturing manager Vice-President, The Barrett Company, New York, 1922-1931. Financial and executive vice president Sharp and Dohme, Philadelphia, 1931-1938. Labor coordinator Calco Chemical Company, Bound Brook, New Jersey, 1938-1940.

Partner Wallace Clark & Company, consultants in management, New York City, 1940-1943. In private practice as management counsel since 1943. Trustee Lowell Textile School, 1916-1919.

Philadelphia Community Fund, 1933-1938. Director Wentworth Institute, Boston, since 1918.

Membership

Member American Society Mech. Engineers (chairman management div.), Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (industrial committee 1934-1938), American Society Mech. Engineers; Clubs: Technology of Philadelphia (president 1937-1938).

Connections

Married Marianne Palmer, June 14, 1905. Children: John, New York.

father:
William Hall Wentworth

mother:
Annie L. (Locke) Wentworth

spouse:
Marianne Palmer

children:
John Wentworth

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