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Paul Stephens Dick

Paul Stephens Dick, American banker. member Commerce and Marine Commission; Member American Bankers Association Delta Phi.; Mason.

Background

  • Dick, Paul Stephens was born on July 1, 1877 in La Grande, Oregon, United States. Son of Franklin Taylor and Marquis Eleanor (Lewis) Dick.

  • Education

    • Student in public schools of La Grande and Portland, Oregon. Bachelor of Laws, University of Oregon, 1902.

    Career

    • Successively bank messenger, clerk, receiving teller Ainsworth National Bank, Portland, 1895-1902. Then paying teller, credit manager, assistant cashier, cashier, vice president United States National Bank, Portland, president since 1931, director since 1923. President and director Central National Bank, 1929-1931.

      Chairman advisory board National Credit Corporation, 1931-1932. Chairman advisory committee local agency R.F.C. since 1932. Past president Portland Clearing House.

      Former member of advisory council of Federal Reserve System. Member Commerce and Marine Commission.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member Commerce and Marine Commission. Member American Bankers Association Delta Phi. Mason.; Clubs: Arlington, Waverly (Portland).

    Connections

    • Married Emma B. Timms, August 27, 1903. Children: Harvey Franklin, Philip Van, Robert Lewis.
    • father: Franklin Taylor Dick
    • mother: Marquis Eleanor (Lewis) Dick
    • spouse: Emma B. Timms
    • children: Harvey Franklin Dick
    • Philip Van Dick
    • Robert Lewis Dick
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    Died March 9, 1945
    (aged 67)
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