March 1942

A. W. Herrington Elected President Society of Automotive Engineers

Volume 26, Issue 1

Announcement has just been made by the Society of Automotive Engineers that A. W. Herrington has been chosen to guide the efforts of that important organization during the first year of America's active participation in the war. He is the head of the Marmon-Herrington Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, manufacturers of highly specialized automotive equipment for difficult civilian and military services. He is also chairman of the board of directors of the Merz Engineering Company, a Marmon-Herrington subsidiary, specializing in the manufacture of precision gauges, instruments and machines.

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