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Thomas George Rutledge

aircraft manufacturer

Thomas George Rutledge, American aircraft manufacturer. Served as aviator United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.; Member American, St. Louis bar associations.

Background

Rutledge, Thomas George was born on October 23, 1917 in St. Louis. Son of Thomas George and Helen (Stevens) Rutledge.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1940. Bachelor of Laws, Washington University, St. Louis, 1948.

Career

Admitted to Missouri bar, 1948. Associate firm Lashly, Lashly & Miller, St. Louis, 1948-1952. With McDonnell Aircraft Corporation, St. Louis, since 1952, secretary, since 1952, counsel, since 1957, vice-president, director, since 1960.

Director Underwriters Shares Company, St. Louis, since 1954. Trustee St. Louis Country Day School, since 1954, president of the board, 1958-1959. Board directors St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Louis, 1954-1958.

Membership

Served as aviator United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American, St. Louis bar associations. Clubs: St. Louis Country, Racquet, Deer Creek (St. Louis).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Kennard Jolley, March 28, 1951. Children: Elizabeth Jolley, Sarah Stevens.

father:
Thomas George Rutledge

mother:
Helen (Stevens) Rutledge

spouse:
Elizabeth Kennard Jolley

children:
Elizabeth Jolley Rutledge

Sarah Stevens Rutledge