Raytheon Promotes A. Newell Garden
A. Newell Garden has been promoted to director of public relations of Raytheon Company, Lexington, Mass. His responsibilities will include both external publicity and press relations, and internal editorial services.
Mr. Garden joined the diversified electronics company in 1953, and has held a series of publications and public relations posts.
Most recently, he was public relations manager, corporate and commercial.
Before joining Raytheon, he served for three years as public information officer for the U.S.
Coast Guard in New York City.
Earlier, he served as a line officer aboard cutters in the Arctic and North Atlantic.
He received a B.S. degree in naval engineering from the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy in 1946, and has done graduate work in public relations at Boston University.
He is a graduate of Raytheon's Advanced Management Program.
Mr. Garden is a corporator of the West Newton Savings Bank and a trustee of Newton-Wellesley Hospital. He is a member of the Public Relations Society of America, the Publicity Club of Boston, The American Society of Naval Engineers, and the Institute of Navigation. Active in boating safety, he is chairman of the Safe Boating Committee of the New England Marine Trade Association, and is a founding director of the New England Safe Boating Council.
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