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Frank Warrenner Blair

Frank Warrenner Blair, American banker. Member Fine Arts Society.

Background

  • Blair, Frank Warrenner was born on May 13, 1870 in Oakland County, Michigan, United States. Son of Henry H. and Sarah (Warrenner) Blair.

  • Education

    • Student in public schools. Doctor of Laws, Olivet (Michigan) College, 1928.

    Career

    • Clerk in drug store, Birmingham, Michigan, 1891-1899. Assistant state accountant, Lansing, 1900-1904. State bank examiner, Michigan, 1904-1906.

      Auditor People’s State Bank, Detroit, 1906-1908. Receiver, Pere Marquette R.R., 1912-1915. President, Chairman of the Board Union Trust Company, 1908-1932.

      President Union Joint Stock Land Bank of Detroit, 1923-1943, now retired. President Bagley Building Corporation, The Whittier Corporation. Vice president House Financing Corporation, Standard Savings and Loan Association.

      Director Michigan Bell Telephone Сompany, Republic Gear Company, National Steel Corporation, Evans Products Company, others. Vice president St. Luke’s Hospital. Chairman of the board of trustees Olivet College Ex-president Michigan Bankers’ Association and trust company section American Bankers’ Association.

      Ex-president Joint Stock Land Bankers Association.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Fine Arts Society. Clubs: Detroit, Ingleside, Indianwood Golf and Country, Bankers, Economic.

    Connections

    • Married Winifred Johnson, June 24, 1894 (died April.; married second, Ellen Ferrier, November 22, 1899.
    • father: Henry H. Blair
    • mother: Sarah (Warrenner) Blair
    • spouses: Winifred Johnson
    • Ellen Ferrier
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    Born March 13, 1870
    Died April 28, 1950
    (aged 80)
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