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Norman Carnegie Ramsey

Norman Carnegie Ramsey, American banker. Decorated Bronze Star with cluster, Purple Heart; named Man of Year, 23d St. Association New York City, 1969, Young Men’s Christian Association Greater New York, 1970.

Background

  • Ramsey, Norman Carnegie was born on September 21, 1910 in Brooklyn. Son of Charles G. and Edythe (Kavanagh) Ramsey.

  • Education

    • Bank, New York City, 1936-1942, from 1945, executive vice president, 1959-1961, president, 1961-1972, trustee, from 1961, chairman, 1967-1972. Chairman, president, director Mortgage Facilities Corporation, from 1966. Director Institutional Securities Corporation, 1966-1972, member mortgage committee, 1966-1971, chairman, 1970-1971.

      Chairman, trustee Prudential Savings Bank, New York City, from 1973. Director Freeholders Service Inc., Mohawk Redevelopment Company President Savings Banks Mortgage and Real Estate Forum, New York, 1960-1961. Chairman economics surveys committee New York Real Estate Board, 1957-1960, member mortgage committee, 1960-1972, director owners div., 1963-1965, from 1968, governor, member finance committee, treasurer, member committee ethics, treasurer, commissions and professional practices, former member nominating committee.

      Member of advisory board New York University Real Estate Institute, from 1972. Chairman savings bank div. Legal Aid Society New York City, 1961-1962, Arthritis and Rheumatism Fund, New York City, 1963.

      Member of national committee National Conference Christians and Jews, 1963. Chairman savings banks div. Travelers Aid Society, New York City, 1963-1964, 73-74, general appeal chairman, 1968-1971, Board of Governors, from 1969, secretary, 1968-1970, vice chairman, from 1970.

      Member real estate div. Anti Defamation League, from 1965. Chairman savings banks committee Greater New York council Boy Scouts American, 1964-1965.

      Epilepsy Association American, 1965. President 23d St. Association, 1966-1968, director, chairman of the executive committee. Chairman 1967 savings bank div.

      Association for Help Retarded Children. Sponsor, committee member Explorers Post 310, 10th Pct., New York City Police Department, from 1967. Trustee Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, 1972-1976.

      Board directors Chelsea Neighborhood Center, New York City, 1970-1976. Board of managers McBurney branch Young Men’s Christian Association, New York City, 1965-1976, secretary, 1967-1969, vice chairman, 1969-1972, chairman, 1972-1976, chairman membership public relations committee, 1966-1973, member house, personnel and finance coms., 1966-1976, member executive search and selection committee McBurney-Seamen’s House, Young Men’s Christian Association, 1972-1976. Board of Governors Riverview Hospital, Red Bank, New Jersey, 1966-1976.

    Career

    • Director Instl; director Freeholders Service Inc., Mohawk Redevel. President Savs; president 23d St. Association, 1966-1968, dir.

    Membership

    Served to major United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945. Member Savings Banks Association New York State (past chairman mortgage committee, past chairman of the executive committee group IV, director group, group vice president), New York City Chamber Commerce and Industry (commission on finance and currency 1966-1976), West Side Association Commerce (director 1972-1976), New York State Association Real Estate Bds. (director 1972-1976), National Association Mutual Savings Banks, American Legion (past post adjunct), A.I.M. (fellow president’s council), Veterans 7th Regiment New York City, Order Lafayette, St. Andrews Society State New York (secretary 1972-1976).

    Clubs: Army and Navy (past treasurer, president, board governor).

    Connections

    • Married Rosalie A. Christie, September 15, 1938. Children: Peter C., Christie C. With Broadway Savings.
    • father: Charles G. Ramsey
    • mother: Edythe (Kavanagh) Ramsey
    • spouse: Rosalie A. Christie
    • children: Peter C. Ramsey
    • Christie C. With Broadway Savs Ramsey
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    Born September 21, 1910
    Died October 31, 1976
    (aged 66)
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