Stanley Maddox Rumbough
Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
NEW YORK, December 17, 1961 – Stanley M. Rumbough, retired board chairman of the White Metal Manufacturing Company, at Hoboken, New Jersey, died yesterday in Doctors Hospital. He was 75 years old.
Mr. Rumbough, who lived at 680 Madison Avenue and at Lloyd Neck, Long Island, came from a long line of Army officers. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1909 and served as Chief of Operations with the Forty-second (Rainbow) Division in World War I. He was awarded the Legion of Honor.
Mr. Rumbough left the Army in 1919 and went with White Metal, manufacturers of collapsible tubes. He was formerly president of the Tube Manufacturers Association and a trustee of the Village of Lloyd Harbor, Long Island.
He is survived by his widow, the former Elizabeth Colgate; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Van Norden; a son, Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr., and give grandchildren.
NOTE: He was the son of David Jacom Rumbough, Colonel, United States Army, and the grandson of General D. S. Stanley.
RUMBOUGH, STANLEY MADDOX
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Posted: 6 May 2008