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Estey Of Washington, D.C., Elected Clarkson University Alumni First Vice President
Elmer E. "Stub" Estey III of Washington, D.C., founder of Triple-E Associates, was recently elected the 1999-2000 first vice president of the Alumni Association at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, where he is also a member of the Alumni Board of Governors.
Estey graduated from Clarkson in 1964 with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and in 1966 completed a Clarkson master of science degree in industrial management. After serving for a short time as an instructor in Clarkson's School of Management, Estey began employment with AT&T, serving in numerous increasingly responsible positions as district engineer, division operations manager for the Long Lines Department, and vice president for government affairs. Estey retired from AT&T in 1997, and has formed Triple-E Associates, a management and communications consulting firm.
As a member of the Clarkson Roundtable, Estey has been a regular participant at reunion, and has served as class reunion chair, assisted with regional Clarkson activities, and currently serves as an alumni admission volunteer. Elected to the Alumni National Executive Council in 1991 as a member-at-large, Estey served for two years as the National Clarkson Fund chair, and as an Alumni Association vice president for two years. This July, Estey received the University's highest alumni honor, the Golden Knight award, which honors alumni who have distinguished themselves either by service to Clarkson through Alumni Association activities or have demonstrated outstanding career achievement, bringing distinction to themselves and to Clarkson
Estey and his wife, Nancy, reside in Washington.