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Carl Herman Ellingson

Carl Herman Ellingson, American banker. member Washington Board Trade.

Background

  • Ellingson, Carl Herman was born on September 26, 1883 in Willmar, Minnesota, United States. Son of Elling and Sigrid (Christopherson) Ellingson.

  • Education

    • Graduate Willmar Seminary, 1903.

    Career

    • Admitted to the Washington State bar, 1916. Comptroller and financial secretary, War Prisoners’ Aid Work, Berne, Switzerland, 1918-1919. In charge of commissary department, British Army of Occupation, Egypt and Palestine, 1919-1920.

      Public accountant, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1920-1922. Organizer, Minnesota Building and Loan Association (now Minnesota Federal Savings & Loan Association), St. Paul, 1922, director, 1926-1933. Assistant general manager of savings and loan divison, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Washington, 1933-1937.

      Organizer, manager president, First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Washington, 1937-1951. Organizer, 1955, since president, director National: Security Savings, Bethesda, Maryland. Member Washington Board Trade.

    Works

    • Author: Manual of Office Administration, 1944. Federal Savings and Loan Assns., Their Strength and Weakness, 1952. Contributor articles on finance to mags.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Washington Board Trade.

    Connections

    • Married Lady Marguerite F. Brereton.
    • father: Elling Ellingson
    • mother: Sigrid (Christopherson) Ellingson
    • spouse: Lady Marguerite F. Brereton.
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    Born September 26, 1883
    Died November 26, 1956
    (aged 73)
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