He was employed for 40 years as an accountant for the White Consolidated Industries in Whitinsville until retiring in 1989.
What does WCI stand for?
WCI stands for White Consolidated Industries (est. 1964)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
White Consolidated Industries and The Tappan Company and is currently a Board Member of FMC Technologies, Inc.
Electrolux's former parent company, White Consolidated Industries Inc.
In the same year, Tappan sold its Cabinet Group to White Consolidated Industries.
Bunyard adds that some of the community's workers began commuting to other towns when White Consolidated Industries left town a few years ago.
the Official Chocolate of the New Millennium; Maidenform, Millennium undergarments; and White Consolidated Industries Inc.
Fighting desperately to avoid the fate of the trampoline, White Consolidated Industries spends part of its advertising dollar to purchase space in writers' magazines advising folks that there is "only one Weed Eater[R] brand trimmer .
Based on our experience," the administrative engineer reports, "we felt that Controls & Data Systems, a division of White Consolidated Industries Inc, had the best controls and the most systems in the field.