McGraw-Edison Names R.V. Jeck President Of Worthington Pump Unit

Robert V. Jeck has been named president and chief executive of Worthington Pump, Inc., a Mc- Graw-Edison Company, it was announced recently.

A graduate of Iowa State University, Mr. Jeck received his MBA degree from the Wharton Graduate School, and has participated in advanced management programs at the London School of Economics and the Harvard Graduate Business School. A former lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, admiral's aide, and Naval Intelligence School instructor, Mr. Jeck began his career with E.I. Du Pont, where he assumed various responsibilities in product development, marketing, and manufacturing.

Mr. Jeck later joined Amerace Corp., where he served as president of the Stimsonite and EMC Divisions. He was Group vice president of Amerace and president of Amerace Brands Division, as well as a member of the board of directors of Anchor Coupling before joining Worthington.

Mr. Jeck is chairman of the board of the Motor Equipment Manufacturers Association and president of the board of directors of the Truck Safety Institute.

Worthington Pump, based in Mountainside, N.J., manufactures pumps at 23 facilities in 13 countries for the electric utility and public works, petroleum, chemical and petrochemical, marine, agricultural, and general industries.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 39,  Feb 1980

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