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Walter Jones Parry

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Walter Jones Parry ( -1924) of Dugard Brothers

1925 Obituary [1]

WALTER JONES PARRY died on November 20, 1924.

His connection with the rolled metal industry had subsisted for about thirty years; he commenced business with Dugard Brothers|Messrs. Dugard Brothers]] as a boy from Saltley College School. By steady work, industry, and ability he worked his way up, and was made manager in 1914 and director in 1919, which office he held until his death. He proved himself a good business man and a respected and esteemed colleague.

Mr. Parry studied metallurgy at the Handsworth Technical School. He served upon the Railway Rates Committee of the Cold-Rolled Brass and Copper Association.

Mr. Parry was elected a member of the Institute of Metals on March 6, 1922.

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