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Food products executive

Stanley Luckman, American food products executive. Recipient Merit award, Union Carbide Corporation, Canner Packer award, New Product Contest, 1977. Member of Smithsonian Institute, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Audubon Society, Kennedy Center Performing Arts, National Geography Society, Packaging Institute United States of America, New York Academy of Sciences, Institute Food Technologists, B'nai B'rith Club, Hershey Racquet Club, Sigma Alpha Mu.

Background

Luckman, Stanley was born on December 25, 1922 in New York City. Son of Morris and Anna (Brown) Luckman.

Education

Student, Kansas State University, 1940—1942. Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Finance, Bucknell University, 1948.

Career

Director, research & development Zion Kosher Provisions Company, New York City, 1966—1970. Vice president, director research & development Empire Kosher Poultry Inc., Mifflintown, Pennsylvania, 1970—1988. Consultant National Foods, 1988, Hebrew National Foods, since 1988, UU-C, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1988—1989, Pipasa Poultry Heredia, Costa Rica, 1990—1991.

Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Membership

Member of Smithsonian Institute, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Audubon Society, Kennedy Center Performing Arts, National Geography Society, Packaging Institute United States of America, New York Academy of Sciences, Institute Food Technologists, B'nai B'rith Club, Hershey Racquet Club, Sigma Alpha Mu.

Connections

Married Rosalyn Shapiro, August 20, 1949. 1 child, Elizabeth.

father:
Morris Luckman

mother:
Anna (Brown) Luckman

spouse:
Rosalyn Shapiro

child:
Elizabeth Luckman