Merrill Ambler

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That
was
then ...

CHARLES MERRILL AMBLER, JR.
828 Glen Road
Jenkintown, Pa.

Mer, Merrill, Mebbil

His food was glory. TAYLOR.

Entered School 1954. Secretary, Class of 1960; Trident Honor Society; Senior School Council, 2 years; Key Club, 2 years; Senior Chorus, 1 year; Varsity Club, 2 years; P.C. in Basketball, 3 years (Co-Capt. 1959-60); P.C. in Baseball, 4 years (Capt. 1960); All-Interac Basketball, 1 year; Second Team All-Interac Basketball, 1 year; J. William Wood, Jr. Foul Shooting Trophy; All-Interac Baseball, 3 years; Most Valuable Player (Baseball), 1959; Yellow Color Captain; Gimbel Art Award.

This
is
now ...

Residence
3387 Lighthouse Point Lane
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
904-821-5737

Does not use email

Business
Retired Executive
Amico Sand and Gravel
81 Norman Avenue
Riverside, NJ 08075
609-461-0043

[Write-up and photo from 2000]

After P.C., Duke was a fabulous 4 years with modest careers in athletics (baseball and basketball) and academics (C average). After 6 months in the Army Reserves active duty, '65 - '62 was spent in New York with two major corporations in the medical supply business AND two major corporations in the textile industry. All my positions were sales, marketing, and management.

In 1972, I returned to my roots in Abington PA following my father's passing, and bought the business (from partners) that my father had founded in 1930. It was mining sand and gravel for consumption in the construction industry, and shortly moved into marine transportation, dredging, landscaping/nursery supply, and real-estate sales through reclamation.

I am divorced, no children, and am currently spending half of each year in Jupiter FL and the other half in Abington.