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Chandler Hovey

Chandler Hovey, American banker. Member Travelers Aid Society of Boston Incorporated (director).

Background

  • Hovey, Chandler was born on January 8, 1880 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Alfred and Frances (Goodridge) Hovey.

  • Education

    • Student Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1899.

    Career

    • Clerk, Kidder, Peabody & Company, Boston, 1900-1910, partner, 1931-1971. Established own investment and brokerage business as Chandler Hovey & Company, 1910. Trustee Investment Trust of Boston, 1950-1971, Northeastern U. Corporation in charge E Bond drive in Washington, 1945.

      Chairman Massachusetts Aeronautical Commission, 1938-1943. Trustee Hahnmann Hospital.

    Membership

    Member Travelers Aid Society of Boston Incorporated (director). Clubs: New York Yacht, Eastern Yacht (commodore 1937-1938), Down Town, City Corporation, Somerset (Boston).

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy Allen, November 1, 1906. Children: Charles Fox, Elizabeth (Mistress.
    • father: William Alfred Hovey
    • mother: Frances (Goodridge) Hovey
    • spouse: Dorothy Allen
    • children: Charles Fox Hovey
    • Elizabeth (Mrs Hovey
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    Died July 27, 1971
    (aged 91)
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