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Construction company executive

William Langstaff Crow, American construction company executive. Decorated Bronze Star.

Background

Crow, William Langstaff was born on March 15, 1910 in New York City. Son of Ralph L. and Ella (McClenahan) Crow.

Education

Graduate, Hotchkiss School, 1929. AB, Princeton, 1933.

Career

With Wm. L. Crow Construction Company, New York City, since 1934, chairman, director, 1935-1977. Builder Times Tower, Seamen's Bank for Savings, International Business Machines Corporation headquarters, Federal Reserve building, Buffalo. Director United States Trust Corporation.

Honorary trustee United States Trust Company, New York, since 1951, United Mutual Savings Bank, New York City, since 1957.

Membership

Chairman Rye (New York ) Housing Authority, 1964. Member Princeton Graduate Council, since 1950. Trustee St. Luke's Hospital, New York City, United Hospital, Portchester, New York, 1948-1978.

Board directors Venice Hospital Foundation Served to major C.E. Army of the United States, 1942-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member New York Building Congress (board governors 1941-1942, 50-54, 62-66, vice president 1946-1950), Princeton Engineering Association (president 1962-1963, executive committee since 1956), Princeton Alumni Council (executive committee since 1960) Clubs: Princeton (board governors 1957-1966). American Yacht (Rye) (commodore 1951-1952).

Cruising of Am; Cap and Gown (Princeton), Mystic.

Connections

Married Barbara Baker, September 14, 1936. Children– William Langstaff III, Margo B. Crow Reis, Sandra B. (Mistress Edward Luneburg), Barbara, Ella McClenahan.

father:
Ralph L. Crow

mother:
Ella (McClenahan) Crow

spouse:
Barbara Baker

child:
Margo B. Crow Reis Crow

child:
Ella McClenahan Crow

child:
Sandra B. Crow (Mistress Edward Luneburg)

child:
William Langstaff III Crow

child:
Barbara Crow