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Robert Franklin Gammons, American corporate executive. Served to captain United States Army Air Force, World World War World War II; Member of Saugatuck Harbor Yacht (treasurer).


Gammons, Robert Franklin was born on July 1, 1920 in Taunton, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Philip A.M. and Ida F. (Smith) Gammons.


Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, University Rhode Island, 1942. Postgraduate, Alexander Hamilton Institute, 1952. Postgraduate, New York University Management Institute, 1959.


With, Westinghouse Elec. Corporation, 1942; with, Kellex Corporation, Vitro Corporation, 1946-1955; with, American Machine & Foundry Company, 1955-1965; assistant to president, International Tel. & Tel. Company, 1965-1970; vice president, Laird Enterprises, New York City, 1970; president, chief Executive officer, S.S. Pierce Company, Boston, 1970-1973; president, Consolidated Tube & Fabricating Company, Waterbury, Connecticut president, Wire Form, Inc., Mildale, Connecticut, since 1974; group vice president, Handy & Harman, New York City, 1975-1976; vice president, general manager, MICA Products American, Wingdale, New York, since 1977; founder, R.F. Gammons and Associates, Westport, Connecticut controller, assistant secretary, Supermarket Communications Systems Inc., since 1983.


Served to captain United States Army Air Force, World World War World War II. Member of Saugatuck Harbor Yacht (treasurer).


Married Lois H. Bugbee, November 9, 1947. Children: Marjorie, Douglas, Richard.

Philip A.M. Gammons

Ida F. (Smith) Gammons

Lois H. Bugbee

Marjorie Gammons

Richard Gammons

Douglas Gammons