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A. H. Moore

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1966.

A. H. Moore (c1907-c1966)


1966 Obituary [1]

"Mr A. H. Moore (Member), the Birmingham AD Centre Chairman, died recently at the age of 59.

A Londoner by birth, Mr Moore was educated in Coventry and served his apprenticeship with the Triumph Company. He spent all his life in the Midlands and from 1930 he made his career with the Austin Motor Co., working in the design field. He was Chief Designer of Light Commercial Vehicles for Morris Commercial Cars Ltd at the time of his death.

An active participant in the life of the Birmingham Centre, Mr Moore joined this Institution in 1947 at the time of the amalgamation with the old IAE. He transferred to Member in 1958. All his friends and colleagues in the Automobile Division will mourn his loss."


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