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Theodore Kinget Quinn

business executive , author.

Theodore Kinget Quinn, business executive, author. Member advising committee President’ Economics Report, 1955.; Member Sigma Kappa Phi.; Member Community Church.

Background

Quinn, Theodore Kinget was born on June 11, 1893 in New York, New York, United States. Son of Timothy Patrick and Clara Ellen (Kinget) Quinn.

Education

Graduate Baldwin-Wallace College, 1914. Bachelor of Laws, Cleveland Law School 1915. Admitted Ohio bar, 1915.

Career

Factory worker National Lamp Works, Cleveland, 1915, factory foreman, 1916, accountant and auditor, 1917-1918. Department manager General Electric Company, 1920-1927, vice president, 1929-1935, Chairman of the Board General Electric Finance Company, 1932-1935. President Maxon, Inc., 1936-1943.

Director General War Production Drive, Washington, 1943-1944. President Monitor Equipment Corporation, T. K. Quinn Company, Inc.

Works

  • Author: Liberty, Employment, No More Wars, 1943. Labor and Management Manual, 1944. I Quit Monster Business, 1948.

    Giant Business: Threat to Democracy, 1952. Giant Corporations: Challenge to Freedom, 1956. The Individual in a Business Society, 1958.

    Revolt against Coldssism, 1959. Contributor to mags.

Membership

Member advising committee President’ Economics Report, 1955. Member Sigma Kappa Phi. Member Community Church.

Clubs: Cloud (New York City).

Connections

Married Adeline Mary Smith, October 21, 1915. Children: Theodore Kinget, Jean Sherman (wife of Arthur E. Gtamse, M.D.).

father:
Timothy Patrick Quinn

mother:
Clara Ellen (Kinget) Quinn

spouse:
Adeline Mary Smith

children:
Theodore Kinget Quinn

Jean Sherman (wife of Arthur E. Gtamse Quinn

M.D.) Quinn