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George Milton Irving

George Milton Irving, American banker. Member American Texas (past chairman trust section), Reserve City bankers associations, American, Houston bar associations, State Bar Texas, Corporate Fiduciary Association Houston (past president), Chamber of Commerce, Newcomen Society.

Background

  • Irving, George Milton was born on July 28, 1901 in Palestine, Texas, United States. Son of William and Pearl Edward (Ricketts) Irving.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Baylor University, Waco, Texas and Bachelor of Laws, 1924.

    Career

    • One daughter, Eleanor Ann (Mistress Ann Irving Cruikshank). Admitted to the Texas state bar, 1924. Practiced law, Palestine, Texas, 1924-1927.

      Trust solicitor 2d National Bank of Houston (now Bank of the Southwest National Association), 1927, assistant trust officer, 1928, trust officer, 1928-1942, vice-president and trust officer, 1942-1947, executive vice president and general trust officer since 1947, also director. 1st vice-president, director Mainland Company, Texas City, Texas. President and director Sugar Bowl Gas Company, Inc., Sugar Bowl Utility, Inc., Sugar Bowl Dehydrating Company, (all Louisiana).

      Chairman of the Board Farnsworth & Chambers Company, Inc. Chairman board trustees Houston Heart Association. Trustee Memorial Hospital, Houston, Baylor Medical Foundation.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member American Texas (past chairman trust section), Reserve City bankers associations, American, Houston bar associations, State Bar Texas, Corporate Fiduciary Association Houston (past president), Chamber of Commerce, Newcomen Society. Clubs: Houston, Knife and Fork.

    Connections

    • Married Eleanor Barbara Rast, June 15, 1927.
    • father: William Irving
    • mother: Pearl Edward (Ricketts) Irving
    • spouse: Eleanor Barbara Rast
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    Born July 28, 1901
    Died June 10, 1961
    (aged 59)
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