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textile executive

Robert Willis McCullough, American Former textile executive. Named to Brown U. Hall of Fame. Trustee, past chairman South Street Seaport Museum; trustee Brown U., American Scottish Foundation, Textile Research Institute at Princeton. Served from ensign to lieutenant commander United States Coast Guard Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American Arbitration Association.

Background

McCullough, Robert Willis was born on September 19, 1920 in Monclair, New Jersey, United States. Son of Willis G. and Viola (Mock) McCullough.

Education

Student, Philadelphia Textile School. Graduate, Brown University, 1943.

Career

With, Collins & Aikman Corporation, New York City, 1946-1984; executive vice president, Collins & Aikman Corporation, since 1955; chairman of the executive committee, Collins & Aikman Corporation, 1961-1984; retired. Board directors parent organic Collins & Aikman. Adviser to superintendent United States Naval Academy.

Membership

Trustee, past chairman South Street Seaport Museum. Trustee Brown University, American Scottish Foundation, Textile Research Institute at Princeton. Served from ensign to lieutenant Commander United States Coast Guard Reserve, 1942-1946.

Member American Arbitration Association Clubs: Riverside Yacht, New York Yacht (past commodore. Chairman American's Cup Committee), Storm Trysail, Cruising of America.

Connections

Married Margaret Elizabeth Hammons, August 12, 1942. Children— Constance Joan, Sandra Margaret, D. Scott, Linda Anne.

father:
Willis G. McCullough

mother:
Viola (Mock) McCullough

spouse:
Margaret Elizabeth Hammons

child:
Linda Anne McCullough

child:
Sandra Margaret McCullough

child:
Constance Joan McCullough

child:
D. Scott McCullough