Alexander McCormick Sturm
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Who is Alexander McCormick Sturm?
Alexander McCormick Sturm: Alexander McCormick "Alex" Sturm was an American artist, author, and entrepreneur who co-founded in 1949, the American firearm maker, Sturm, Ruger & Co. Sturm provided the start-up money and designed the Germanic heraldic eagle that is found on Ruger guns. He was the husband of Paulina Longworth. Sturm came from a prominent Connecticut family, and his wealthy mother was of the McCormick mercantile family. He was a Yale University graduate. Not long after the company had begun to succeed financially and gain traction, Sturm died from viral hepatitis.
- born on (92 years ago) in Westport
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Yale University
- profession: Businessperson
- Marriage with Paulina Longworth Sturm since
- parent of Joanna Sturm
- died on (64 years ago) in Norwalk
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