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Thomas H. CUTLER

chief engineer , State Highway Department

Thomas H. CUTLER, American Chief Engineer, State Highway Department. Member of National Geography Society; Society American Military Engnrs; Highway Engnrs, Association Missouri Clubs: Engineers (St. Louis), Jefferson City Country, Imperial (Jefferson City).

Background

CUTLER, Thomas H. was born on August 12, 1882 in Fort Scott, Kansas, United States.

Education

Grade Schools, Detroit, Michigan, Washington, District of Columbia, and Louisville, Kentucky. Manual Training High School. University Kentucky, B. S., 1903.

Career

1906, Lexington, Kentucky Engineer C. and A. Railway Company. 1903-1905; United States Steel Corporation, Southern Chicago Plant, 1906. Assistant Chief Civil Engineer United States Steel Corporation, Gary, Indiana, Plant, 1906-1909.

Consulting Engineer. Contractor, Gary, Indiana, 1907-1917. United States Army, 1917-1919. Captain, Company C, 315th Engnrs, Division gas Officer 26th United States Division, Corps Gas Officer, Ninth United States Army Corps.

Major C.W.S., 1918; Superintendent Construction, Powers, Thompson Const. Company, 1919-1922; Professor Engineer Maintenance Engineer, Assistant Division Engineer Missouri Highway Department, 1925-1927. Chief Engineer, since 1927.

Secretary, Pres, School Bd, Gary, Indiana, 1908-1914. Treasurer, Director, Gary Young Men's Christian Association, 1908-1914. Director American Road Builders Association.

Secretary Mississippi Valley conference Engineers. Vice-president American Association State Highway Officials.

Membership

Member of National Geography Society. Society American Military Engnrs. Highway Engnrs, Association Missouri Clubs: Engineers (St. Louis), Jefferson City Country, Imperial (Jefferson City).

Connections

Spouse Miriam Wynter Naive, November 6.