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John T. Connor

AKA John Thomas Connor

Born: 3-Nov-1914
Birthplace: Syracuse, NY
Died: 6-Oct-2000
Location of death: Boston, MA [1]
Cause of death: Cancer - Leukemia
Remains: Buried, Mosswood Cemetery, Cotuit, MA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business, Government

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Allied Chemical, 1967-79

Military service: USMC (intelligence, 1944)


[1] Massachusetts General Hospital.

Father: Michael J. Connor
Mother: Mary V. Sullivan
Sister: Mary C. Waters
Sister: Jane C. Kendrick
Sister: Nancy Connor
Wife: Mary O'Boyle (m. 22-Jun-1940, two sons, one daughter)
Son: John T. Connor, Jr.
Son: Geoffrey M. Connor
Daughter: Lisa Forrestal Connor

    University: BA, Syracuse University (1936)
    Law School: LLB, Harvard Law School (1939)

    Schroders Chairman, New York (1979-89)
    Allied Chemical Corporation CEO (1969-79)
    Allied Chemical Corporation President & COO (1967-69)
    US Secretary of Commerce (1965-67)
    Merck President & CEO (1955-65)
    Merck VP (1950-55)
    Merck General Counsel (1947-50)
    US Defense Department Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy (1945-47)
    US Official General Counsel, Office of Scientific Research & Development (1942-44)
    Cravath, Swaine & Moore (1939-42)
    Member of the Board of Allied Chemical Corporation (as Chairman 1969-79)
    American Management Association
    The Business Council
    Committee for Economic Development Trustee
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Manufacturing Chemists Association Chairman
    New York State Bar Association
    Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Board of Directors
    Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity
    Thomas Alva Edision Foundation


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