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chemistry research and development administrator

Warren Mason Foss, American chemistry research and development administrator. Achievements include 15 patents including improvements to titanium pigments and space coating materials, and improvements in filter media performance.

Background

Foss, Warren Mason was born on June 10, 1922 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Edgar Henry and Evelyn Emma (Mason) Foss.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University New Hampshire, 1949. Master of Science in Chemistry, University New Hampshire, 1950. Master of Science in Statistics, Rutgers University, 1964.

Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science, Rutgers University, 1970.

Career

Research and Development scientist pigment surface, Netherlands Industries, South Amboy, New Jersey, 1950-1978;Research and Development scientist, Research and Development director, Pall Corporation, Glen Cove, New York, since 1978. Consultant 3M Space Research, Minneapolis, 1982-1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 15 patents including improvements to titanium pigments and space coating materials, and improvements in filter media performance.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

New Jersey Assembly candidate New Jersey Republican Party, Edison, 1956. President Young Republican Club of Edison, New Jersey, 1954-1956. With United States Navy, 1941-1946, European Theatre of Operations, PTO. Member Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry.

Connections

Married Glenys Harriet Morse, November 10, 1944 (divorced April 1979). Children: Geraldine, Warren Junior, Cynthia, Gloria. Married Dorothy Jean Bronaugh, July 21, 1979.

father:
Edgar Henry Foss

mother:
Evelyn Emma (Mason) Foss

spouse:
Glenys Harriet Morse

spouse:
Dorothy Jean Bronaugh

child:
Geraldine Foss

child:
Warren Junior Foss

child:
Cynthia Foss

child:
Gloria Foss