Eugene Bordinat Jr., FIDSA

Eugene Bordinat Jr., FIDSA
(1920-1987)

Inducted into the Academy of Fellows: 1965

U.S. automotive designer who graduated from the University of Michigan and studied art at Cranbrook Academy.

He joined General Motors in 1939, and became a supervisor of the WWII tank program at Fisher Body. He joined Ford in 1947 as supervisor of advanced styling, working with their Lincoln-Mercury Division.

He became vice president of design in 1961 and served in that capacity until his retirement in 1980.

A member and fellow of an IDSA predecessor design organization, his Fellowship was honored by IDSA upon their merger in 1965.