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John Xavier Kennedy

John Xavier Kennedy, American investment banker. Decorated Air medal. Member development board Sisters of St. Joseph, La Grange, Illinois; member corporation support DePaul University, 1965-1966.; Served with United States Air Force, 1942-1945.; Member Securities Industry Association (chairman municipal securities committee Center States 1965.

Background

  • Kennedy, John Xavier was born on June 10, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of R. Emmet and Bernadine (Galvin) Kennedy.

  • Education

    • Student, Northwestern University, 1946-1947.

    Career

    • With United Air Lines, Chicago, 1937-1941, 46. With Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc., Chicago, 1946-1953, bond salesman, 1946-1951, buyer, 1951-1953. With White Weld & Company, Chicago, 1953-1972, municipal bond buyer, 1953-1958, manager revenue bonds, 1959-1963, vice president, 1964-1972.

      Vice president fixed income securities F.S. Moseley & Company, 1972-1974. President United States Securities Corporation, 1974-1976. Vice president John Nuveen & Company, 1977-1978, Paine, Webber Jackson & Curtis, 1979, Securities Corporation Iowa, 1979-1984.

      Vice president, manager bond department Amalgamated Bank, Chicago, 1984. Salesman Coldwell Banker, 1985, Cossitt & Company, since 1986. Vice president, board directors Stanley Luke Farm, Inc.

    Membership

    Member development board Sisters of St. Joseph, La Grange, Illinois. Member corporation support DePaul University, 1965-1966. Served with United States Air Force, 1942-1945.

    Member Securities Industry Association (chairman municipal securities committee Center States 1965.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Ann Luke, November 6, 1948. Children: J. Luke, Mark, Matthew, Pete, Paul, Kristine.
    • father: R. Emmet Kennedy
    • mother: Bernadine (Galvin) Kennedy
    • spouse: Mary Ann Luke
    • children: J. Luke Kennedy
    • Mark Kennedy
    • Matthew Kennedy
    • Pete Kennedy
    • Paul Kennedy
    • Kristine Kennedy
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