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Educated at Lickey Hills School, Oundle, Loughborough College
 
Educated at Lickey Hills School, Oundle, Loughborough College
  
1930 First post in the motor industry was as a draughtsman
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1930 First post in the motor industry was as a draughtsman. He held various other positions.
  
Held various other positions before being appointed Joint Managing Director of [[Rubery, Owen and Co]].
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1934 As a result of the death of his father (1929), Ernest became joint managing director of [[Rubery, Owen and Co|Rubery Owen]] with his brother [[Alfred George Beech Owen]]
  
 
1959  Joint Managing Director, [[Rubery Owen and Co]] and of the [[Owen Organisation]]
 
1959  Joint Managing Director, [[Rubery Owen and Co]] and of the [[Owen Organisation]]
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1967 Cash problem faced [[Rubery Owen and Co|Rubery Owen]] due to the death of Ernest Owen who owned one-third of the shares<ref>The Times, Dec 18, 1967</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 09:07, 22 September 2020

Ernest William Beech Owen (1910-1967)

1910 Born son of Alfred Ernest Owen

Educated at Lickey Hills School, Oundle, Loughborough College

1930 First post in the motor industry was as a draughtsman. He held various other positions.

1934 As a result of the death of his father (1929), Ernest became joint managing director of Rubery Owen with his brother Alfred George Beech Owen

1959 Joint Managing Director, Rubery Owen and Co and of the Owen Organisation

1967 Cash problem faced Rubery Owen due to the death of Ernest Owen who owned one-third of the shares[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Dec 18, 1967