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Earl Louis Dresler

Earl Louis Dresler, American banker. Served with United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945.; Member Bank Administration Institute, Financial Executives Institute, American Management Association, Portland Chamber of Commerce, Association Reserve City Bankers.

Background

  • Dresler, Earl Louis was born on September 23, 1918 in Harrisonville, Illinois, United States. Son of Theo A. and Elizabeth (Illert) Dresler.

  • Education

    • Student Seattle U., 1945-1947.

    Career

    • With Lindell Trust Company, St. Louis, 1938-1941, Pacific National Bank, Seattle, 1946-1948. Member comptroller of currency office, then nat. bank examiner Treasury Department, 1948-1959. With United States National Bank Oregon, Portland, 1959-1972, cashier, 1964-1972, senior vice president, 1966-1968, executive vice president, 1968-1971, president, 1971-1972, also director Board of directors Portland Area council Campfire Girls.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Served with United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945. Member Bank Administration Institute, Financial Executives Institute, American Management Association, Portland Chamber of Commerce, Association Reserve City Bankers. Clubs: Multnomah Athletic (Portland).

    Connections

    • Married Jean Frances Karney, August 28, 1946. Children: Steven Michael, Peter, Teresa Annual.
    • father: Theo A. Dresler
    • mother: Elizabeth (Illert) Dresler
    • spouse: Jean Frances Karney
    • children: Steven Michael Dresler
    • Peter Dresler
    • Teresa Ann Dresler
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    Born September 23, 1918
    Died September 8, 1972
    (aged 53)
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