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Mr. George F. Landegger Jr.

Wrong George F. Landegger Jr.?

Chairman

Parsons & Whittemore , Inc.
4 International Drive
Rye Brook , New York 10573
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service
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Meet the Team - Big White Wall - The support network for emotional health
healthinmind.bigwhitewall.com, 18 Nov 2014 [cached]
George F. Landegger, Chairman, Parsons & Whittemore, Board Member
George is Chairman of Parsons and Whittemore, a family investment fund. Until recently the company built, owned and operated pulp mills. eorge also chairs the SOZO Group to promote greenfield industrial investment in the U.S. He is Chairman Emeritus of Georgetown University's school of Foreign Service and Founder of the Karl F. Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy at the School. George also has a great committment to philanthropy, both in the U.S.and abroad, particularly focusing on education amongst other causes.
Whole Child International - People
www.wholechild.org, 30 Aug 2014 [cached]
George Landegger
George Landegger is Chairman and primary owner of Parsons & Whittemore. Landegger served for 22 years as Chairman of Georgetown University's Foreign Service School, and is now Chairman Emeritus of that institution. He has also served as Chairman of the Commission on Higher Education in the State of Alabama, and as Chairman of Reading Alabama, which provides interactive computer reading education to 70 percent of the students in all public school kindergartens and first grades in the state of Alabama. He is founder and primary support of Destin Harvest, a charitable organization established to provide perishable food from the local restaurants in Destin, Florida, to soup kitchens and other recipients that serve the needy. He is the primary support of Karuna Niwas, a home for unwed mothers in Bangalore, India, which is now celebrating its 25th year. Landegger has also established a kindergarten through 12th grade school for girls in Midwest Pakistan. Landegger serves on the board of Whole Child International.
"With the help of literally thousands ...
www.theweekly.com, 2 June 2010 [cached]
"With the help of literally thousands of people over the past 35 years, we have built a world-class business, with pulp mills that rank among the highest in quality, productivity, safety and environmental responsibility," said George Landegger, Parsons & Whittemore chairman and CEO. "Sincere thanks goes out to our employees for their diligent and dedicated efforts, and to all those in the local communities, such as landowners, wood suppliers and public officials, who had faith in us and who have assisted us greatly.
Landegger added, "I am proud of the relationships that we have developed in the Monroe County area and will continue to be active in local economic and social development.
Cobalt Technologies | Board of Directors
www.cobalttech.com, 20 Mar 2014 [cached]
George F. Landegger
Parsons & Whittemore George F. Landegger is Chairman, CEO and primary owner of Parsons & Whittemore, a privately held company headquartered in Rye Brook, New York that has built, owned and operated pulp mills, including until recently Alabama River Pulp and Alabama Pine Pulp in Monroe County, Alabama. Parsons & Whittemore, founded in 1853 and acquired by the Landegger family in 1944, has been recognized throughout its history as a leading international pulp producer and marketer, having built 60 mills in 28 countries. More recently P&W designed and built the largest biodiesel plant in the US South and has invested significantly in several biomass-to-energy projects.
Born in London, England in 1937, George Landegger became a U.S. citizen in 1947. He graduated from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service in 1958, and served as a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Artillery. Mr. Landegger served for 22 years as Chairman of Georgetown University's Foreign Service School and is now Chairman Emeritus of that institution.
Cobalt Technologies | Biobutanol and Beyond
www.cobalttech.com, 2 May 2011 [cached]
Strategically, we believe the best economic use of biomass besides producing pulp is for use in high-value renewable chemicals such as n-butanol, where Cobalt is the emerging leader," said George Landegger, Chairman of Parsons & Whittemore.
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