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Gustave Adolphe Goesele (1893-1942)


1941/42 Obituary [1]

Gustave Adolphe Goesele was born in 1893, and received his engineering training in Switzerland.

After holding various positions as Designer and Engineer, he went to America and joined the International Motor Co., New Jersey, as Tool Designer.

Following this, he was Service Representative to General Motors for two years, and then became the Company's Service Manager in Alexandria, and later was Transportation Engineer for the Near East responsible for sales and transport.

He later returned to America, where he died in February, 1942, at the age of 49.

He was elected an Associate Member in 2932.


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