(1894–1984), U.S. diplomat and businessman. Born into a well-to-do family, Ellsworth Bunker looked after his family's sugar interests after graduating from Yale University in 1916, and served as director (1927–66) and chairman of the board (1948–51) of the National Sugar Refining Company. Throughout his long, productive life, Bunker balanced accomplishments in business with a distinguished record of public service.
From The Oxford Companion to American Military History in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Military History.