|Harald Sigurdssøn Astrup|
|Born||29 May 1903|
|Died||22 June 1983(aged 80)|
Owner of Astrup & Søn
Supervisory council member of Den norske Creditbank, Dyno Industrier, Norcem, the Norwegian America Line and Bjølvefossen
|Board member of||Storebrand
Norwegian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
Det Norske Selskab
|Spouse(s)||Mabel Anette Plathe Butenschøn (m. 1928)|
|Parent(s)||Sigurd Astrup (father)
Ingeborg Willumsen (mother)
|Relatives||Barthold A. Butenschøn (brother-in-law)
Barthold A. Butenschøn, Sr. (father-in-law)
Thorvald Astrup (uncle)
Harald Sigurdssøn Astrup (29 May 1903 – 22 June 1983) was a Norwegian businessperson.
He was born in Kristiania as a son of politician Sigurd Astrup (1873–1949) and Ingeborg Willumsen (1877–1962). He was named after his paternal grandfather, and was a nephew of Henning, Eivind and Thorvald Astrup. In 1928 he married Mabel Anette Plathe Butenschøn, a sister of Barthold A. Butenschøn and daughter of Barthold A. Butenschøn, Sr.
He finished his secondary education in 1922, and was a travelling businessman in Norway and abroad until being hired in the family company Astrup & Søn in 1926. He advanced to office manager in 1931, partner in 1936 and sole owner in 1949; he also served as chairman. He was a board member of the insurance companies Storebrand, Idun, Christiania Søforsikringsselskab and Poseidon, and was a supervisory council member of Den norske Creditbank, Dyno Industrier, Norcem, the Norwegian America Line and Bjølvefossen. He was a board member of the Norwegian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design and honorary member of Det Norske Selskab, which he had chaired from 1960 to 1968.
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