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food company executive

Royden Krueger Kelley, American food company executive. Member national para-professional personnel committee Boy Scouts American; national advisory committee White House Conference on Children, 1970; board directors Junior Achievement. With Army of the United States, 1943-1946, PTO. Member Beta Theta Pi.

Background

Kelley, Royden Krueger was born on June 8, 1911 in Elkhart, Indiana, United States. Son of Chester R. and Carrie B. (Krueger) Kelley.

Education

Student, Wabash College, 1933. Graduate advanced management program, Harvard University, 1953. Doctor of Humane Letters, Clinton College, 1974.

Career

Chairman, Nabisco Foods, Ltd., 1954-1956; executive vice president, Dromedary Company, division National Biscuit Company, 1956-1957; president, Dromedary Company, division National Biscuit Company, 1957-1958; vice president parent company, Dromedary Company, division National Biscuit Company, since 1958; chairman, Nabisco-Astra Nutrition Products, Inc., 1970-1974.

Membership

Member national para-professional personnel committee Boy Scouts American. National advisory committee White House Conference on Children, 1970. Board directors Junior Achievement.

With Army of the United States, 1943-1946, PTO. Member Beta Theta Pi.

Connections

Married Grace K. Baumgart, June 12, 1937. 1 child, Charles Keith.

father:
Chester R. Kelley

mother:
Carrie B. (Krueger) Kelley

spouse:
Grace K. Baumgart

child:
Charles Keith Kelley