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Richard Clark Floyd

Richard Clark Floyd, American bank executive.

Background

  • Floyd, Richard Clark was born on October 28, 1886 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Eugene Benton and Mary Cleaveland (Taylor) Floyd.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1911, graduate study, graduate school business administration, 1910-1911.

    Career

    • Formerly vice-president, director Bird & Son, Inc. Later associate director Massachusetts division American Cancer Society. Director, member Executive Committee Norfolk Company Trust Company.

      Member Corporation Brookline Savings Bank. Director Coolidge Cooperative Bank. Has served Town of Brookline, as park commissioner, chairman playground commission, member Limited Town Meeting Assembly, member school committee, member finance committee, chairman gymnasium and baths commission, director citizens committee Director Boys Club Camp Wing.

      Member boys work committee Boston Young Men’s Christian Association. Trustee Dexter School, Longwood, Park School, Brookline.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Corporation Brookline Savings Bank. Member boys work committee Boston Young Men’s Christian Association. Served as captain C.W.S., United States Army, World War I.

    Member of the board of directors Inter-Collegiate Association Amateur Athletes of America. Member, v. chairman overseers’ commission on athletic sports Harvard. Member standing committee Harvard Church.

    Member Boston City of C., S.R., Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: Harvard (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Nancy Ogden, December 7, 1929. Children: Mary Cleaveland, Nancy Ogden, Richard Clark.
    • father: Eugene Benton Floyd
    • mother: Mary Cleaveland (Taylor) Floyd
    • spouse: Nancy Ogden
    • children: Mary Cleaveland Floyd
    • Nancy Ogden Floyd
    • Richard Clark Floyd
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    Died September 15, 1953
    (aged 66)
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