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corporation executive.

Thomas Campbell Butcher, American corporation executive. Recipient citation Treasury Department. Member A.I.M. (associate), Order of Lafayette.

Background

Butcher, Thomas Campbell was born on March 28, 1910 in Mount Vernon, New York, United States. Son of Thomas and Anna Robb (Campbell) Butcher.

Education

Student Sorbonne U., Paris, France. Bachelor of Science, Columbia, 1932.

Career

1 daughter, Gertrude Elizabeth. Copywriter Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborne, 1932-1936. Copywriter Benton & Bowles, 1936-1937, account executive, 1937-1942.

Advertising manager Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, 1942-1946. Account executive Doherty, Clifford, Shenfield, 1946-1947. Vice president William Esty Company, 1947-1952.

Vice president, plans director Lennen & Newell, New York City, 1952-1954, executive vice president, 1954-1958, senior vice president, coordinator Colgate account, since 1961. President Brown & Butcher, Inc., 1958-1960. Chairman of the Board, chief Executive officer Jim Nash Associates, Inc., industrial design firm, 1960-1961.

Director International Research Institute National advisory manager American Fat Salvage Association, World World War World War II Chairman Advertising Advisory Committee to Postmaster, New York City. Director National Outdoor Advertising Bureau, 1956.

Membership

Member A.I.M. (associate), Order of Lafayette. Clubs: Sales Executives (New York City).

Connections

Married Norma Starbuck, December 18, 1948.

father:
Thomas Butcher

mother:
Anna Robb (Campbell) Butcher

spouse:
Norma Starbuck