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Frank Malcolm Gordon

Frank Malcolm Gordon, British banker. Member Investment Bankers Association (president 1932-1933).

Background

  • Gordon, Frank Malcolm was born on November 22, 1876 in Birmingham, England. Son of Hugh Benjamin and Clara (Walsh) Gordon.

  • Education

    • Brought to the United States at age of 3 years. Educated public schools and business college, Chicago.

    Career

    • Became identified with First National Bank, Chicago, 1892. Transferred to First Trust and Savings Bank upon its organization in 1903. Assistant manager bond department same, 1909-1911, manager 1912-1916, vice president, 1916.

      Became vice president First National Bank of Chicago, 1925, also vice president First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank, First-Chicago Corporation, National Safe Deposit Company. Director Minnesota & Ontario Paper Company, Horlicks Malted Milk Corporation, M. J. Corboy Company. Chairman of the Board College Inn Food Products Company Treasurer University of Illinois.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Investment Bankers Association (president 1932-1933). Clubs: Chicago Athletic Association, Bankers.

    Connections

    • Married Sarah Marie Corboy, 1910. Children: Isabel Marie (Mistress.
    • father: Hugh Benjamin Gordon
    • mother: Clara (Walsh) Gordon
    • spouse: Sarah Marie Corboy
    • child: Isabel Marie (Mrs Gordon
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    Born November 22, 1876
    Died November 28, 1946
    (aged 70)
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