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Construction executive

William Cedric Burns, American construction executive. Member advisory board Salvation Army, Boise, 1984; member administrative board Cathedral of Rockies, 1980—1984; Member of International Pipeline Contractors Association (board directors Paris chapter 1976-1978, president chapter 1978-1979), American Institute Constructors, Shriners, Masons, Sigma Tau.

Background

Burns, William Cedric was born on January 30, 1927 in Great Falls, Montana, United States. Son of Wallace Cedric and Inez Mae (Schuetz) Burns.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University Idaho, 1950.

Career

District supervisor Morrison-Knudsen Company, Inc, Los Angeles, 1966—1967, vice president-district, 1968—1970, vice president-region Boise, Idaho, 1970—1973, vice president-resident manager Fairbanks, Alaska, 1974—1975. Vice president-area Morrison-Knudsen Company, Inc International, England, 1976—1979, vice president-marketing Boise, since 1979. With United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1946.

Membership

Member advisory board Salvation Army, Boise, 1984. Member administrative board Cathedral of Rockies, 1980—1984. Member of International Pipeline Contractors Association (board directors Paris chapter 1976-1978, president chapter 1978-1979), American Institute Constructors, Shriners, Masons, Sigma Tau.

Connections

Married Tamara Kramarenko, October 5, 1947. Children: William Cedric II, Ronald A.

father:
Wallace Cedric Burns

mother:
Inez Mae (Schuetz) Burns

spouse:
Tamara Kramarenko

child:
William Cedric II Burns

child:
Ronald A. Burns