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Date of Birth , 1905
Date of Death May 31, 1987
Place of Birth Lansingburgh, New York
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Edward Burton Hughes Biography

Edward Burton Hughes is a famous American government official (1905–1987), who was born on , 1905 in Lansingburgh, New York. According to Astrologers, Edward Burton Hughes's zodiac sign is .

Edward Burton Hughes (1905 – 6 June 1987) was Acting Commissioner of New York State Department of Transportation in 1969, Executive Deputy Commissioner of New York State Department of Transportation from 1967 to 1970, and Deputy Superintendent of New York State Department of Public Works from 1952 to 1967. Hughes worked over 45 years in public service at the DOT. Upon his retirement in 1970, he founded the E. Burton Hughes Achievement Award.

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Hughes was born in Lansingburgh, New York, in 1905. Edward and his parents, Edward B. Hughes and Susan, resided at 693 Third Avenue, Troy, New York, and it was here Edward Jr.'s brother John was born in 1909. Edward's father worked as a bookkeeper at a local grocery store in Troy, New York. Edward Jr. attended Lansingburgh High School and furthered his education at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (the oldest private engineering and technical university in the USA) from which he graduated.

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Hughes joined the New York State Department of Public Works in 1925 as a junior civil engineer in the Bureau of Bridges and Grade Crossings in the main office at Albany. From 1949, Hughes was appointed Director of the Department of Rights of Way and Claims on a yearly salary of $19,500. For four years before that, he had been Assistant Director. In 1952, Hughes became Deputy Superintendent of New York State Department of Public Works, a post he served continuously until Governor Nelson Rockefeller assigned him the newly created position of Executive Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Department of Transportation in 1967.

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In 1942, during WWII, Hughes served as a captain assigned to the Division of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in Baltimore. In 1944, Hughes was promoted to major. He returned to state service in 1945 and resumed his post as Assistant Director of the Rights of Way and Claims Bureau.

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In 1952, Hughes was appointed Deputy New York State Superintendent of Public Works. A report in the New York Times announced his promotion. During Hughes' post as Deputy Superintendent of New York State Department of Public Works, he worked alongside the Superintendents Bertram Dalley Tallamy (until 1955), John W. Johnson (1955-1959), and John Burch McMorran (1959-1967).

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