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John Randolph Fell

John Randolph Fell, American investment banker. Decorated Commendation medal with gold star, American, Asiatic-Pacific (4 stars), Philippine (2 stars) campaign medals, Presidential Unit Citation with 3 stars; two United States Navy commendation ribbons with gold star.

Background

  • Fell, John Randolph was born in 1911 in Port Washington, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John Ruckman and Dorothy Randolph Fellow.

  • Education

    • Student Aiken Preparatory School, 1924, St. Pauls School, Concord, N.H., 1929.

    Career

    • Partner Lehman Brothers, New York City, since 1940. Director, president William Associates, Inc. Vice president and director Colorado-Western Pipeline Company.

      Director Trans-Canada Pipe Lines, Ltd., Monterey Oil Corporation, Texas Pacific Coal & Oil Company.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member executive committee, board managers Home for Incurables. Served as Lieutenant (junior grade) to commander, United States Navy Reserve, 1941-1945, commander Naval Aviation. Member American Legion, Aviation Commandery of Naval Order of the United States.

    Clubs: The Brook, India House, Links, Links Golf, Madison Square Garden, Meadow Brook, National Golf Links of America, Piping Rock, Racquet and Tennis, Southampton (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Josephine Laimbeer, December 7, 1931. Children: John Ruckman, Natalie Lee.
    • father: John Ruckman
    • mother: Dorothy Randolph Fell
    • spouse: Josephine Laimbeer
    • children: John Ruckman Fell
    • Natalie Lee Fell
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    Born 1911
    Died April 26, 1961
    (aged 50)
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