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Walter Maynard

Walter Maynard, American investment banker. Decorated Legion of Merit, Order British Empire (honorary officer); mentioned in dispatches. Served from First lieutenant to Lieutenant colonel The United States of America.A.F., 1942-1946.; Member Association Stock Exchange Firms (governor 1948-1951, president 1951), New York Society Security Analysts, Investment Bankers Association (governor 1953-1956).

Background

  • Maynard, Walter was born on April 19, 1906 in New York City. Son of Walter Effingham and Eunice (Ives) Maynard.

  • Education

    • Student Groton (Massachusetts) School, 1919-1924. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1928. Student Trinity College, 1928-1929.

    Career

    • Entered securities business, 1929, partner Shearson, Hammill & Company, 1941, 46-64. Senior vice president Shearson, Hammill & Company, Inc., 1964-1969, vice chairman and executive vice president, from 1969. Director Spartan Industries, Inc., from 1959.

      Trustee Austen Riggs Center, from 1952. Governor of Greenwich House, from 1947. Governor New York Stock Exchange, 1956-1962.

    Membership

    Served from First lieutenant to Lieutenant colonel The United States of America.A.F., 1942-1946. Member Association Stock Exchange Firms (governor 1948-1951, president 1951), New York Society Security Analysts, Investment Bankers Association (governor 1953-1956).

    Connections

    • Married Eileen Burden, February 9, 1932.; married second, Augusta P. Billings, December 26, 1957. Children: Walter, Sheila, John.
    • father: Walter Effingham Maynard
    • mother: Eunice (Ives) Maynard
    • spouses: Eileen Burden
    • Augusta P. Billings
    • children: Walter Maynard
    • Sheila Maynard
    • John Maynard
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    Born April 19, 1906
    Died November 27, 1971
    (aged 65)
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