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Edmund Francis Ebert

Edmund Francis Ebert, American banker. Member American Bankers Association (chairman credit policy committee), Academy Political Science, Downtown Lower Manhattan Association (director).

Background

  • Ebert, Edmund Francis was born on August 11, 1911 in New York City. Son of Samuel Harvey and Emily Grace (Cash) Ebert.

  • Education

    • Student New York University, 1930-1932, 41.

    Career

    • Began as messenger Bankers Trust Company of New York, 1928, department head, 1934-1939, field representative, 1939-1942, assistant treasurer, 1942-1946, assistant vice president, 1946-1948, vice president, 1948-1961, senior vice president, 1961-1970, executive vice president, 1970-1972. Vice-president, director Interstate Color Company, Inc., 1936-1951. Councilman Town of New Castle, New York, 1959-1963, Chairman of the Board ethics, 1970-1972).

      Commissioned Lieutenant (junior grade) South Carolina., United States Navy, 1944, appointed deputy fiscal director, 1945. Discharge as Lieutenant, 1946. Lieutenant research, 1945-1952.

      Board of directors, treasurer Ednl. Foundation for Fashion Industries.

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member American Bankers Association (chairman credit policy committee), Academy Political Science, Downtown Lower Manhattan Association (director). Clubs: Union League (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Lathelia Marie Keesey, October 22, 1938. Children: Beth Lynn (deceased), Douglas Edmund, Joan Marie.
    • father: Samuel Harvey Ebert
    • mother: Emily Grace (Cash) Ebert
    • spouse: Lathelia Marie Keesey
    • children: Beth Lynn Ebert (deceased)
    • Douglas Edmund Ebert
    • Joan Marie Ebert
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    Born August 11, 1911
    Died March 7, 1972
    (aged 60)
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