Arthur Carr

Arthur Carr

Title: President & Chief Executive Officer (Ret.)
Location: Dover, Massachuetts, United States

Arthur Carr, Retired President and Chief Executive Officer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

In the months following his high school graduation, Mr. Carr joined the United States Navy. From 1951 until 1955, he served as an electronic technician in the second class. Through his work, he found that he enjoys working with electronics. Once he left the military, he continued to pursue work in the field, taking on the role of a field technician and specialist at Remington Rand Univac in 1955. In the following years, he proceeded to take on positions with Honeywell and Codex Corporation. The latter of which is where Mr. Carr transitioned into roles consisting of more responsibility and leadership, including the president, vice president, and chief executive officer. From 1982 until 1986, he served Motorola Inc. under several titles, such as executive vice president, chief executive officer, and general manager. Later, from 1991 until 1993, Mr. Carr served as the president and chief executive officer to Bytex Corporation. He excelled during his time there, going on to retire after an illustrious career spanning multiple decades.

Looking back on his myriad achievements, Mr. Carr is most proud of how much his career progressed over the years. In comparison to that of his friends and family, his career showcases a dramatic amount of growth. He does not have a single regret, which is not something just anyone can say. One of Mr. Carr’s most notable accomplishments is his representation in the Computer Museum in Los Angeles, California. There, he is acknowledged for his participation in the field in its early days.

In his spare time, Mr. Carr enjoys flying airplanes. He has cataloged over 200 hours as a pilot, and he has earned several multi-engine, instrument, and high altitude ratings. He additionally enjoys spending time with his family. Though his wife passed away after 66 years of marriage, Mr. Carr frequently sees his three children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren, for all of whom he is extremely grateful.

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