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William Mark Lynch

Wire and cable company executive

William Mark Lynch was American wire and cable company executive. Board directors Young Men’s Christian Association, 1965-1968; trustee United Fund, 1967-1968, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, since 1979; president Junior Achievement of S. Central Connecticut, 1983-1984. Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Society Professional Engineers Clubs: New Haven Country. Lodges: Masons; Shriners.

Background

Lynch, William Mark was born on August 5, 1921 in Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William E. and Margaret B. (Burke) Lynch.

Education

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Villanova University, 1942. Graduate Advanced Management Program, Harvard University, 1972.

Career

Manager manufacturing circuit protective development General Electric Company, Plainville, Connecticut, 1958-1964, general manager radio receiver department Utica, New York, 1964-1968, manager overseas sourcing Syracuse, 1968-1969. Vice president operations Insilco Corporation, 1969-1977. President Times Fiber Communications, Inc.

Times Wire & Cable Division, Wallingford, Connecticut, 1977-1984.

Membership

Board directors Young Men’s Christian Association, 1965-1968. Trustee United Fund, 1967-1968, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, since 1979. President Junior Achievement of S. Central Connecticut, 1983-1984.

Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Society Professional Engineers Clubs: New Haven Country. Lodges: Masons; Shriners.

Connections

Married Doris Gustavson, April 20, 1946.

father:
William E. Lynch

mother:
Margaret B. (Burke) Lynch

spouse:
Doris Gustavson