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soft drink company executive

Sam Ayoub, Egyptian, American soft drink company executive. Recipient Service award Georgia Business and Trade Industry, 1980; recipient International award Georgia Governor's, 1981; fellow Atlanta International Business, 1981.


Ayoub, Sam was born on December 24, 1918 in Tantah, Gharbia, Egypt. Came to the United States, 1958. Son of Youssef and Basima (Malek) Ayoub.


Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, Hofstra University, 1962. Postgraduate, Harvard Business School, 1967.


Manager State Bank Ethiopia, 1945-1955, Ethiopia Air Lines, 1955-1958. With Coca-Cola Company, from 1959, Coca-Cola Export Corporation, New York City, 1959-1976. Vice president, treasurer Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, 1976-1979, senior vice president general operations, 1979-1981, senior executive vice president, chief finance officer, from 1981.

Director Texas Commerce Bancshares, Houston, Rose Stores Inc., Henderson, North Carolina. Executive committee Egypt-United States Business Council.


Board directors Georgia Department Industry and Trade. Board directors Piedmont Hospital Foundation, Atlanta Humane Society, Atlanta Chamber C., United States-China Business Council, Japan-American Society, Georgia. Trustee Institute International Education.

Member of World Trade ((honorary chairman). Capital City (Atlanta), Commerce (Atlanta).


Married Louisa Elmasry, May 8, 1948.

Youssef Ayoub

Basima (Malek) Ayoub

Louisa Elmasry