Publication: Electrical Review
New York, NY, United States
MR. ALBERT P. SEYMOUR, for many years active in the firm of Pass & Seymour, Incorporated, manufacturers of electrical specialties at Solvay, N. Y., died last week at his residence in Monrovia, Cal. He retired from the business in 1906 on account of failing health, disposing largely of his interests, and had since resided in Monrovia. A year ago he went to Syracuse, N. Y., on a visit, and on October 5 was taken ill at the residence of J. Brewster Gere, where he was confined to his bed until about July 1 of this year. He then returned to California. Mr. Seymour was actively engaged in business in Syracuse for many years. He was connected for some time with the Electric Light and Power Company, now the Syracuse Lighting Company. Later he became a member of the firm of Pass & Seymour, which became Pass & Seymour, Incorporated. He is survived by Mrs. Emily Seymour, his widow; Albert P. Seymour, of Monrovia, his son; and Mrs. T. S. Johnson, his sister, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. A. H. Seymour, both of Syracuse.
|Keywords:||Pass & Seymour|
|Date completed:||December 7, 2009 by: Elton Gish;|