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Emerson Corporation

HQ Phone:  (314) 553-2000

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Emerson Corporation

8000 W FLORISSANT AVE

St. Louis, Missouri, 63136

United States

Company Description

Emerson (NYSE: EMR), headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global technology and engineering company providing innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and residential markets. Our Emerson Automation Solutions business helps pro...more

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http://www.kochfuneralhome.com/fh/obituaries/obituary.cfm?o_id=2420010&fh_id=12859

They settled in Chestnut Ridge, but some years after the passing of Miriam in 1997, he moved into the Village at Penn State at age 82 and bought the baby grand piano he’d had his eye on.
After several happy years, he decided that he was “tired of only old people� and at 88 years young, moved out of the retirement home and into a house in the Landings neighborhood where he loved watching the Little League games from his back porch. In his last year, he moved into Foxdale to relax, rediscover his love for woodworking, and enjoy exceptional care. Bill fell in love with Miriam there, too, and they were married on June 28, 1942. He began studying Mechanical Engineering and started his career at Emerson Electric prior to joining the US Army during the Second World War. His battalion shipped out in 1944, and he served as Tank Gunner (he named the tank “Betsy’s Beau�) in a tour that started in the Ardennes and ended in Central Europe. He returned in a troop ship to New York though bound for the Pacific theatre. In a call home, he learned Miriam was also in New York, about to embark for a European tour as an ambulance driver in the WACs. William and Miriam were also active members of the State College Presbyterian Church.


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