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Truman S. Fuller

engineer.

Truman S. Fuller, American engineer. Member of the American Society Metals, American Society Testing Materials (president 1951-1952), American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (chairman institute metals div. 1933), British Institute Metals, British Iron and Steel Institute, Psi Upsilon.

Background

Fuller, Truman S. was born on April 23, 1888 in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States. Son of Walter S. and Abigail R. (Harris) Fuller.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Syracuse University, 1911.

Career

Chemist Edison Lamp Works, Harrison, New Jersey, 1911. Metallurgist research laboratory General Electric Company, 1911-1938, engineer materials works laboratory, 1938-1943, assistant engineer, 1943-1945, engineer, 1945-1953. Consulting engineer, since 1953.

Membership

Member of the American Society Metals, American Society Testing Materials (president 1951-1952), American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (chairman institute metals div. 1933), British Institute Metals, British Iron and Steel Institute, Psi Upsilon. Clubs: Mohawk Golf, Mohawk (Schenectady).

Connections

Married Flora Field Vosburgh, September 8, 1917. Children: Truman S., Lydia (Mistress.

father:
Walter S. Fuller

mother:
Abigail R. (Harris) Fuller

spouse:
Flora Field Vosburgh

children:
Truman S. Fuller

Lydia (Mrs Fuller