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Frank A. Ready Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Template:Multiple issuesFrank A. Ready (1884 – 1961) was a hotel man, working mostly in New York City from 1903 until his death in 1961.He served at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan from 1931 to 1961, including many years as resident manager. He greeted visitors including Charles de Gaulle, Queen Elizabeth and presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Herbert Hoover. He was acquainted with residents and regular guests, including The Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Gen. Douglas MacArthurIn 1920, The New York Hotel Review called him “one of the outstanding figures among the rising younger men in the hotel field.” At the time, he was chief assistant manager of the Hotel McAlpin. The story notes that he was chairman of the committee in charge of the upcoming New York Greeters Ball, an event for hotel industry staff to be held in the Hotel Biltmore.President Eisenhower sent a letter to Mr. Ready noting that “This is a well-deserved tribute to and executive who has devoted fifty years of his life to the exacting business of making others feel at home, away from home."From the program of the “Testimonial Dinner to Frank A. Ready for fifty years of distinguished service to the hotel industry. The Plaza, Tuesday June thirtieth, 1953” “Frank A. Ready is a man who richly deserves the tribute accorded him tonight. He has been active in his chosen work for fifty years and has a multitude of friends throughout the world in hotels and allied fields as well as in public and private life. If all the people who have been greeted by his friendly smile and firm handshake were gathered together at one time, there would not be room enough for them in the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria, the hotel where he has spent so many years."
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