Frederick H. Mueller
Mueller was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the son of a prosperous furniture manufacturer. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1914 with a bachelor's in mechanical engineering. Upon his father's retirement, he became president of the family business.
Prior to joining the Eisenhower cabinet, he served in multiple posts in the Department of Commerce. In 1956, he was charged with heading the Division of Domestic Affairs, and in 1958 he was elevated Deputy Secretary, the number two position in the bureau.
- "Index to Politicians". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved 8 June 2010.
Lewis Lichtenstein Strauss
|U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Served under: Dwight D. Eisenhower
August 10, 1959 – January 19, 1961
Luther H. Hodges
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