Log In

Thomas Claude Quinn Edit Profile

sales and marketing executive

Thomas Claude Quinn, American sales and marketing executive. Recipient Sports awards, 1952-1970, Civatan Club Speech award, 1966, Elmer H. Bobst award, Warner Chillott Laboratory, 1971, Kentucky colonel.

Background

Quinn, Thomas Claude was born on August 18, 1930 in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. Son of Faye Osborne and Irene Olive (Gibson) Quinn.

Education

Bachelor in Business, University Cincinnati, 1954.

Career

Salesman, sales trainer Savage Laboratory, Belleaire, Texas, 1962—1964. Division sales manager hospital sales Warner-Chillott Laboratory, Morris Plains, New Jersey, 1964—1980. Salesman Fisher Science, Cincinnati, 1982—1985.

Vice president Thoroughbred Moulding, Louisville, since 1985.

Membership

Board directors Kidney Foundation, Columbus, Ohio, 1968—1970. Advisory committee Westerville Board Education, 1971. Assistant campaign manager Congressman Gene Synder, Oldham County, Kentucky, 1980, Jim Bunning for Congress, 1985.

Member of American Legion (assistant commissioner 1968-1969).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, photography, travel.

Connections

Married Carol Anne Clark, August 20, 1960. Children: Thomas Edward, Karen Anne, Colleen Anne.

father:
Faye Osborne Quinn

mother:
Irene Olive (Gibson) Quinn

spouse:
Carol Anne Clark

child:
Colleen Anne Quinn

child:
Thomas Edward Quinn

child:
Karen Anne Quinn