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Thomas James Barlow

industrial company executive

Thomas James Barlow, industrial company executive. Served from ensign to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, World World War II, PTO. Member of River Oaks Country (Houston).

Background

Barlow, Thomas James was born on June 22, 1922 in Houston, Texas, United States. Son of Thomas Jefferson and Dorothy (James) Barlow.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1943. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1962.

Career

Trainee Western Cottonoil Company, Abilene, Texas, 1946-1947, assistant general manager, 1948-1949. Construction engineer San Joaquin Cottonoil Company, Bakersfield, California, 1948. Superintendent Western Cotton Products Company, Phoenix, 1949-1950.

Production manager Nile Ginning Company, Minia, Egypt, 1950-1956. Production engineer Anderson, Clayton & Company, Houston, 1956-1957, vice president, 1961-1966, president, chief executive officer, 1966-1976, chairman board, since 1976, chief executive officer, 1976-1985, also director. Chairman executive committee Anderson, Clayton & Company, 1976-1986.

Board directors Central Southwest Corporation, Hughes Tool Company.

Membership

Served from ensign to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, World World War II, PTO. Member of River Oaks Country (Houston).

Connections

Married Billye Louise Sears, May 31, 1944. Children: Lance, Lynne.

father:
Thomas Jefferson Barlow

mother:
Dorothy (James) Barlow

spouse:
Billye Louise Sears

child:
Lance Barlow

child:
Lynne Barlow