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Robert Luther King

management consultant

Robert Luther King, American management consultant. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946.

Background

King, Robert Luther was born on October 10, 1912 in Crestline, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles Vinton and Grace Virginia (Deam) King.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Western Reserve U., 1934, student Law School, 1923-1935.

Career

Supervisor labor relations Swift & Company, Cleveland, 1936-1940. Director industrial relations Fisher Body div. General Motors Corporation, Cleveland, 1940-1943, Flint, Michigan, 1946.

Director industrial relations Inland Container Corporation, Indianapolis, 1946-1949, Kansas City Power & Light Company (Missouri), 1949-1956, Theodore Hamm Brewing Company, St. Paul, 1956-1958. Vice president industrial public relations Rexall Drug & Chemical Company, Los Angeles, 1954-1964. Associate Heidrick & Struggles Company, Los Angeles, 1964-1966.

President Robert L. King & Associates, 1966-1967.

Membership

Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Clubs: Midday (Cleveland).

Connections

Married Ruth Mann, October 27, 1934. Children: Susan Deborah, Geoffrey Mann.

father:
Charles Vinton King

mother:
Grace Virginia (Deam) King

spouse:
Ruth Mann

children:
Susan Deborah King

Geoffrey Mann King