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William Joseph Dwyer

William Joseph Dwyer, American banker. Served as state chairman for New Jersey American Bankers Association war bond committee, 1944-1945; Served as private United States Army, 1917-1919; Member American Bankers Association (trustee), American Institute Banking, American Legion, Community Chest.

Background

  • Dwyer, William Joseph was born on March 20, 1888 in Jersey City, N. J. Son of William J. and Katherine Loretta (Cogan) Dwyer.

  • Education

    • Educated St. Paul’s Academy, Jersey City.

    Career

    • Traveling salesman, 12 years. Field director, American Red Cross, 1920-1923. Founder. Bailey, Dwyer & Company, Jersey City, 1925, and served as vice president.

      Reorganization Bergen Trust Company, 1940, president since October 1940. Director Westerleigh Hills realty corporation.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Served as state chairman for New Jersey American Bankers Association war bond committee, 1944-1945. Served as private United States Army, 1917-1919. Member American Bankers Association (trustee), American Institute Banking, American Legion, Community Chest.

    Clubs: Lake Mohawk Country, Lake Mohawk Horse Show Association (chairman).

    Connections

    • Married Clara Virginia Daniels, August 20, 1926. Children: Nancy Elliott, William Daniels.
    • father: William J. Dwyer
    • mother: Katherine Loretta (Cogan) Dwyer
    • spouse: Clara Virginia Daniels
    • children: Nancy Elliott Dwyer
    • William Daniels Dwyer
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    Born March 20, 1888
    Died 1948
    (aged 59)
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