|Axel Gustaf Torbjörn Enström|
|Birth:||October 25, 1893|
|Baptism:||January 13, 1894|
|Death:||March 9, 1977 (age 83)|
44 years ago
|Spouse/Partner:||Margit Lisa Magdalena Wahlberg (1900-1984)|
|Marriage:||July 18, 1920 (age 26)|
101 years ago
|Children:||Torbjörn Enström (1921-1983)|
Lennart Enström (1923-1999)
Birgitta Enström (1925- )
Axel Gustaf Torbjörn Enström (1893-1977) aka Axel Enström. He was a Swedish industrialist. He was the head of SCA Forest Products in Sundsvall. He was managing director from 1950 to 1960 and chairman of the board from 1960 to 1965. (b. October 25, 1893, Sweden - d. March 09, 1977, Sundsvall, Sweden) Personal Code Number 18931025-8539.
Birth[edit | edit source]
He was born on October 25, 1893 in Sweden.
Baptism[edit | edit source]
He appears to have been baptized on January 13, 1894 in Hokberg, Enanger, Gavelborg, Sweden.
Marriage[edit | edit source]
He married Margit Lisa Magdalena Wahlberg (1900-1984) in Ytterlännäs parish, Västernorrland, Sweden on July 18, 1920. She was a daughter of Johanna Winblad (1859-1916) and Per Olof Bernhard Wahlberg (1852-1927).
Children[edit | edit source]
- Torbjörn Enström (1921-1984) who married Genenieve Shaw (1924-). She is also known as Ginette Shaw.
- Stig Ove Lennart Enström (1923-1999) who married Inga Lisa Bergengren (1925- ).
- Birgitta Enström (1925- ) who married Rickard Jörgen Ryott Malmros (1924-2006).
SCA[edit | edit source]
On September 12, 1953 a golf course he created was opened. The course was officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince Bertil. The SCA Men's Choir was established on August 28, 1957 on his initiative. His interest in male choral singing lead to the creation of choirs where ever there was an SCA run company, in Kramfors, Holmsund, Byske and Karlsvik. An icebreaking tugboat that belonged to SCA was named after him. It was later sold and renamed Fram.
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Source[edit | edit source]
- Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )
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