VANIER, GEORGE P., superintendent of the chemical department of the Pennsylvania Steel Works, was born in Omaha, Neb., June 6, 1862; son of Timothy and Eliza (Vincent) Vanier. He removed with his parents to Boston, Mass., in 1871, and received his education in the public schools of that city. His professional and scientific training was received in the Boston Institute of Technology, from which institution he received the degree of Mining Engineer in the class of 1885. In June of the same year he came to Steelton and entered the employment of the Pennsylvania Steel Company, and in 1886 was advanced to the position of superintendent of the chemical laboratory, which position he has filled since that date. Mr. Vanier was married, in 1892, to Miss Helen Maloney, daughter of Thomas Maloney, of Harrisburg. They have one child, George Kenneth. Mr. Vanier is not active in politics. The family are members of St. James’ Roman Catholic church.
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Transcribed by Judy Warner Bookwalter, for the Dauphin County,
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