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Victor Ray Shipp

business executive

Victor Ray Shipp was business executive. Decorated Distinguished Flying Cross, Air medal. National advisory board American Security Council; active member Republican National Committee, Republican Senatorial Committee; charter member Republican Presidential Task Force; active member Republican Congressional Committee; Member of Senatorial. Club.

Background

Shipp, Victor Ray was born on November 22, 1921 in Oklahoma City. Son of Ray and Pauline (Ballensky) Shipp.

Career

Owner, founder Star Printing Company, Oklahoma City, 1942, Victor R. Shipp Company, 1945—1949. Sales engineer American Type Founders, Inc., 1949. Production engineer Southern California Newspaper Production Committee, 1954.

General manager Southwestern Press, Fort Smith, Arkansas, 1954—1959, management consultant engineer Greenville, South Carolina, 1959, Wichita Falls, Texas. Founder, chief operating officer Vic Shipp Typography, Inc., Oklahoma City, 1962—1973. Former secretary Creative Printers American.

Public Ad Galley newsletter. Captain United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945, with Reserve, 1963.

Membership

National advisory board American Security Council. Active member Republican National Committee, Republican Senatorial Committee. Charter member Republican Presidential Task Force.

Active member Republican Congressional Committee. Member of Senatorial.

Connections

Married Wilma Fay Scott, September 27, 1948. Children: Donald Ray, Gerhardt A. Kratschmann, James M. Butler.