Ground was broken Tuesday morning off Dean street near Route 1 for the new Brook Molding Corp plant. Present for the ground-breaking ceremonies were, (left to right)—Frederick Whiting, Robert A. Chadbourne, Francis P. Brennen, F. Reid, Estabrook Jr., William J. Mlxter Jr. and Colin M. Cunningham. (McLean Photo)
The Brook Moulding Corporation this week joined the growing industrial family along Route 1 with ground-breaking ceremonies at the site of its new modern plant to be constructed on Industrial way in Norwood.
The company was organized in August of this year as custom molders of industrial plastics. The founders and officers of the new corporation—all Dedham residents with long experience in the field of plastics—include F. Seed Estabrook, Jr, President, Frederick K. Whiting, Treasurer; Colin M. Cunningham, Vice President and William J. Mixter Jr.
President Estabrook welcomed the stockholders and business representatives attending the ceremony and noted the corporation’s pleasure at locating in Norwood and expressed its desire to help in the growth of the industrial community.
Among those present at the occasion were Robert Chadbourne, Vice President of Associated Industries of Mass., Francis Brennan, Vice President of the Mass. Business Development Corporation, Mr. F. Dicenso, President of the Dicenso Norwood Corporation; Messrs Harold and Albert Rosen, Mr. Weston Howland Jr., and Mrs Henry Cushing, partner, Cushing & Lyons.