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Mr. Charles Mott Stewart

Executive

General Motors Corp.

HQ Phone: (313) 556-5000

General Motors Corp.

300 Renaissance Center

Detroit, Michigan 48265

United States

Company Description

General Motors Corporation (GM) is engaged in the worldwide development, production and marketing of cars, trucks and parts. The Company develops, manufactures and markets vehicles worldwide through its four automotive regions: GM North America (GMNA), GM ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Coach
Boxing Ontario

Director
General Motors Corp.

President
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Executive Director
Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership

General Manager
United Auto Workers

Affiliations

Member
New York State Naval Militia

Head
Mott Foundation

Board Member
Grantmakers

Founder
U.S. Sugar Corporation

Founder
C.S. Mott Foundation

Education

degree
mechanical engineering
Stevens Institute of Technology

engineering degree

Stevens Institute of Technology

Web References (167 Total References)


Our Founder | Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

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Charles Stewart Mott established the C.S. Mott Foundation in 1926, in response to his deep concern about the welfare of Flint, Mich., as well as his abiding affection for his adopted community.

An automotive pioneer, Mr. Mott was an original partner in the creation of the General Motors Corporation, founded in Flint in 1908. As one of the city's leading industrialists, Mr. Mott was elected mayor, serving three terms (1912-13, 1918) during periods of overwhelming and turbulent growth in the city. As mayor he was responsible for instituting fair property assessments, orderly accounting audits, health and safety ordinances, building codes and a house numbering system.
Charles Stewart Mott
Charles Stewart Mott
As a private citizen, Mr. Mott founded a camp, as well as medical and dental clinics for Flint's children, and helped establish a number of nonprofit organizations that still exist today, including the Whaley Children's Center, the Boy Scouts and the YMCA.
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A profoundly practical individual, Mr. Mott created his Foundation as an organized method of responding to the increasing needs of Flint's growing population.
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Charles Stewart Mott Foundation® | Mott Foundation Building, 503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 1200, Flint, Michigan 48502-1851


Our Founder | Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

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Charles Stewart Mott established the C.S. Mott Foundation in 1926, in response to his deep concern about the welfare of Flint, Mich., as well as his abiding affection for his adopted community.

An automotive pioneer, Mr. Mott was an original partner in the creation of the General Motors Corporation, founded in Flint in 1908. As one of the city's leading industrialists, Mr. Mott was elected mayor, serving three terms (1912-13, 1918) during periods of overwhelming and turbulent growth in the city. As mayor he was responsible for instituting fair property assessments, orderly accounting audits, health and safety ordinances, building codes and a house numbering system.
Charles Stewart Mott
Charles Stewart Mott
As a private citizen, Mr. Mott founded a camp, as well as medical and dental clinics for Flint's children, and helped establish a number of nonprofit organizations that still exist today, including the Whaley Children's Center, the Boy Scouts and the YMCA.
...
A profoundly practical individual, Mr. Mott created his Foundation as an organized method of responding to the increasing needs of Flint's growing population.
...
See related article for more information about Charles Stewart Mott.
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation® | Mott Foundation Building, 503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 1200, Flint, Michigan 48502-1851


Charles Stewart ...

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Charles Stewart Mott*
Director, General Motors Corporation Founder, The Mott Foundation
"Education is America's equalizer."
Charles Stewart Mott was born in 1875 in Newark, New Jersey. He wore clothes his mother made for him out of his father's old suits. To support himself while studying mechanical engineering at the Stevens Institute of Technology, he made and installed soda-water carbonating machines. During the Spanish-American War, he served as a gunner's mate on the USS Yankee. In 1900, Mott became superintendent of a small, unprofitable wire wheel firm, the Weston-Mott Company. Under his direction, the company shifted to axle making and moved from Utica, New York, to Flint, Michigan. The company went on to become the world's largest axle company and was purchased by General Motors. Mott served as director of General Motors in 1913, and was vice president from 1916 to 1937. He was mayor of Flint for three terms and formed the C. S. Mott Foundation, famous for pioneering the community college concept.


1936-1940 Parade of Progress -- S. Mott

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Charles Stewart Mott In this photo is one of the original 1936 Silver-Topped Streamliners. Riding as a passenger in a 1904 Buick is Charles Mott, Vice President of General Motors from 1916 through 1937 and board director until 1973. He also served as Flint's Mayor for a couple of terms in the early 1900s.

The caption printed on the photo reads, "C.S. Mott during the 1939 GM "Parade of Progress" in Flint. This was one of several major national traveling parades showing technological progress."
CHARLES STEWART MOTT -- After serving a term with Navy in the late 1800s, Mott worked as an engineer and turned his bicycle wheel-making company into a manufacturer of automobile wheel and axle assemblies. In 1906, Billy Durant persuaded Mott to move his operation to Michigan.
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A few years after the formation of General Motors in 1908, the Weston-Mott Company was absorbed and Mott began a 60-year term, from 1913 to 1973, as a member of GM's Board of Directors.


After the stock market crash the ...

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After the stock market crash the company control was taken over by Charles Stewart Mott, Vice President of General Motors Corp. He changed the name of the company to United States Sugar Corporation.

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