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pharmaceuticals and cosmetics executive

Stanley Sidney Fine, American pharmaceuticals and cosmetics executive. Decorated Distinguished Service Medal, Navy Commendation medal, Legion of Merit with gold star; recipient outstanding Management Analyst award American Society Military Comptrollers, 1971, certified of recognition and appreciation Montgomery County, Maryland.


Fine, Stanley Sidney was born on September 26, 1927 in New York City. Son of Morris and Sophie (Brajer) Fine.


Student, New York University, 1944-1945;Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, 1949;postgraduate, College William and Mary, 1955-1956;postgraduate, University of Virginia, 1956-1957;Master of Business Administration, American U., 1959;postgraduate, Harvard University, 1963-1965;postgraduate, University of California at Los Angeles, since 1993.


Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1949;advanced through grades to rear admiral, United States Navy, 1972;commanding officer, United States Ship Hawk, 1954-1956;commanding officer, Polaris Program, 1956-1959;commanding officer, United States Ship Lowe, 1961-1963;commander, Escort Division 33, 1963;commanding officer, United States Ship Ingraham, 1965-1967;branch head, Navy Material Command, Washington, 1967-1968;executive assistant, naval aide to assistant secretary Navy, 1968-1970;study director, Center for Naval Analysis Navy Department, Washington, 1970;deputy director, Navy Program Information Center, 1970-1971;branch head, OPNAV, 1971;special assistant to director, Navy Program Planning, Washington, 1971-1972;deputy chief, Programs and Finance Managementcomptr., Naval Ship Systems Command, Washington, 1972-1973;director fiscal management division, Office Chief Naval Operations, Washington, 1973-1978;director budget and reports, Navy Department, 1975-1978;retired, 1978;senior vice president, United-Guardian, Inc. (American Experience), Hauppauge, New York, since 1979;also board directors, United-Guardian, Inc. (American Experience), Hauppauge, New York.

Vice president, board directors New Energy Leasing Corporation, McLean, Virginia. Board directors BellIndustries, Inc. (New York Stock Exchange).

Consultant General Accounting Office.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: The Federal Budget: Cost Based in the 1980's, 1979, The Military Budget on a New Plateau: Strategic Choices for the 1990's. Contributor articles to professional journals and other publications. Lecturer, television commentator on defense and federal budget issues.


Member presidential transition team Department Commerce, 1980-1981. Board directors Bronx High School of Science Foundation, New York City, 1987-1991. Director Committee for National Security, 1987-1992, Montgomery County Fiscal Affairs Committee, 1987-1988, Council for Economic Priorities, since 1993.

Member Naval Institute, World Affairs Council District of Columbia, Naval Academy Alumni Association, Harvard University Business School Alumni Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: collecting ancient Roman coins.


Son of Morris and Sophie (Brajer) F. M. Eleanor D. Baker, July 21, 1955 (deceased 1972). Children: Lauren Allison Caban, Stephen Sidney (deceased).

M. Astrid E. Merget, June 8, 1984 (divorced April 1987). M. Li L. Yang, July 31, 1991.

Morris Fine

Sophie (Brajer) Fine

Eleanor D. Baker

Astrid E. Merget

Li L. Yang

Lauren Allison Caban Fine

Stephen Sidney Fine (deceased)