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Industrialist

Selig Saul Burrows, industrialist.

Background

Burrows, Selig Saul was born on June 1, 1913 in New York City. Son of Louis A. and Julia (Salzberg) Burrows.

Education

Student, Fordham University, 1930-1933; student, New York University Law School, 1933-1936.

Career

Director, Central Service Industries, Inc., Jersey City president, Realty Enterprises of New Jersey, Inc. president, Real Estate Indsls., New York City partner, Burmel Enterprises Company director, Central Industries Inc.

Membership

Member of the United States Assay Commission, 1963. President Burrows Foundation, Inc. Trustee Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York, North Shore Hospital, Manhasset, New York, United Cerebral Palsy New York, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, Florida, Palm Beach Opera.

Vice chairman Federation Jewish Charities, Long Island. Member Executive Committee United Jewish Appeal. Conservator New York Public Library.

Member county, member acquisition committee Jewish. Museum; board directors Children's Professional School, New York City. Member Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, Society of Four Arts, City Athletic Club, Sky Club, Dutch Treat Club, Rockefeller Center Club, GlenOaks Country Club (Long Island), Palm Beach (Florida) Country Club.

Connections

Married Gladys Spatt, September 18, 1938. Children: Kenneth David, Jonathan Lowell, Patricia.

father:
Louis A. Burrows

mother:
Julia (Salzberg) Burrows

spouse:
Gladys Spatt

child:
Jonathan Lowell Burrows

child:
Patricia Burrows

child:
Kenneth David Burrows