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Stanley Carleton Gault

manufacturing company executive

Stanley Carleton Gault was American manufacturing company executive. Trustee College of Wooster, chairman board, since 1987. With United States Army Air Force, 1944-1946. Member National Association of Manufacturers (board directors, chairman board 1986-1987).

Background

Gault, Stanley Carleton was born on January 6, 1926 in Wooster, Ohio, United States. Son of Clyde Carleton and Aseneth Briton (Stanley) Gault.

Education

Bachelor, College of Wooster, 1948.

Career

With General Electric (and subsidiary), 1948-1979, vice president and group executive major appliance business group Louisville, 1970-1977, vice president and sector executive consumer products and services sector Fairfield, Connecticut, 1977. Senior vice president, sector executive General Electric (Industrial Products and Components sector), 1977-1979. Vice chairman board Rubbermaid Inc., Wooster, Ohio, 1980, chairman board, chief executive officer, 1980-1991, co-chairman board, since 1992, now board directors.

Chairman board, chief executive officer Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, 1991-1996, retired, 1996. Board directors Avon Products, Inc., International Paper Company, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Industries, Inc., The Timken Company, New York Stock Exchange, Rubbermaid, Inc. Member Advisory Committee on United States Trade Policy and Negotiations, 1987.

Religion

Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, the power of evil in the world is broken.

Views

The erroneous notion that one gender must strive against another cannot be accepted.

Membership

Trustee College of Wooster, chairman board, since 1987. With United States Army Air Force, 1944-1946. Member National Association of Manufacturers (board directors, chairman board 1986-1987).

Connections

Married Flo Lucille Kurtz, June 11, 1949. Children: Stephen, Christopher, Jennifer.

Politics

Some people think that involvement in political life is something Christians should avoid. But God is present everywhere, including political institutions.