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newspaper executive

Thomas Stewart Brush was American newspaper executive. Recipient Verdi medal Metropolitan Opera National Council, 1983, Trustees' District Service award Loomis Institute, 1979.


Brush, Thomas Stewart was born on February 8, 1922 in Salem, Ohio, United States.


Bachelor, Yale University, 1948;Master of Arts, Yale University, 1951;Doctor of Letters (honorary), Mount Union College, 1971.


Vice president, Brush-Moore Newspapers, Inc., Canton, Ohio., 1953-1967.


Managing director Metropolitan Opera Association, New York City, since 1979. Trustee Loomis Institute, Windsor, Connecticut, 1969-1991, chairman, 1979-1988. Trustee Yale Library.

Associations, New Haven, Connecticut, since 1954, Sharon (Connecticut) Hospital, 1988-1989. Member Yale University Council, 1984-1989, Chairman of Commission on library, 1984-1989. Board directors Harlem School of Arts, New York City, 1978-1980.

With United States Army, 1943-1946, European Theatre of Operations. Member Metropolitan Opera Club (president 1982-1984), Century Association, Grolier Club, New York Athletic Club, Masons.