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William Ira Taber

William Ira Taber, American banker. Masonic Hall and Asylum Fund; member of advisory board Faxton Hospital; Member Trust Companies Association State of New York (vice president), Mohawk Valley Engineers, Utica Chamber Commerce (president).; Mason.

Background

  • Taber, William Ira was born on May 29, 1865 in Middleville, New York, United States. Son of Philip and Esther (Sanderson) Taber.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools.

    Career

    • Began with Herkimer Bank, 1883, assistant cashier, 1885-1892, cashier, 1892-1906. President Citizens Trust Company, Utica, New York, 1906-1928, Chairman of the Board, since 1928. Chairman of the Board Consolidated Water Company, Citizens Utica Corporation, Citizens Safe Deposit Company President.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Masonic Hall and Asylum Fund. Member of advisory board Faxton Hospital. Member Trust Companies Association State of New York (vice president), Mohawk Valley Engineers, Utica Chamber Commerce (president).

    Connections

    • Married Jennie Stuart Earl, December 12, 1900 (deceased).; married second, Bessie Woodworth Organ, October 5, 1919 (deceased). Children: Samuel Earl, Ira De Witt.
    • father: Philip Taber
    • mother: Esther (Sanderson) Taber
    • spouses: Jennie Stuart Earl
    • Bessie Woodworth Organ
    • children: Samuel Earl Taber
    • Ira De Witt Taber
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    Died September 10, 1931
    (aged 66)
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