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Walter Edmund Cattle, British engineer. Achievements include first to listed Guiness Book Records for landing at most airfields in one day in 1976; first to holder world record speed flying in 1977. Councillor Runnymeade Borough Council, 1981; Fellow: Institute Administrative Accountants, Electrical and Electronic Institute, British Institute Management; member: Mary's Club, Teddington St. Club.

Background

Cattle, Walter Edmund was born on July 12, 1937 in Northwoodhill, Middlesex, England. Son of Edward Arthur and Margret Doris (Williams) Cattle.

Education

Student, Westminster Technology College, 1950—1954. Degree in Electrical Engineering, Regent St. Polytechnic, 1962.

Career

With Higgins and Cattle, Southwest Ltd., Chertsey, England, since 1963, chairman board, chief executive, since 1969. Chairman Caven Globe Ltd., since 1979. Served with Royal Air Force, 1955-1959.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to listed Guiness Book Records for landing at most airfields in one day in 1976. First to holder world record speed flying in 1977.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Councillor Runnymeade Borough Council, 1981. Fellow: Institute Administrative Accountants, Electrical and Electronic Institute, British Institute Management. Member: Mary's Club, Teddington St. Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Flying.

Connections

Married Linda Theobald, May 4, 1963. Children: Joy Dawn, Anne Julia.

father:
Edward Arthur Cattle

mother:
Margret Doris (Williams) Cattle

spouse:
Linda Theobald

child:
Joy Dawn Cattle

child:
Anne Julia Cattle