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George De Benneville Keim

George De Benneville Keim, American banker.

Background

  • Keim, George De Benneville was born on October 27, 1884 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of George de Benneville and Elizabeth Archer (Thomas) K.

  • Education

    • Educated Farnum School, Beverly, New Jersey, and Peirce School of Business Administration, Philadelphia.

    Career

    • In leather business, Philadelphia, later in banking business until retired, 1930. Director several banks and corporations. Commissioner Port of New York Authority, 1930-1941.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Liberty Loan Committee, Philadelphia, World War. Delaware New Jersey to Republican National Convention, 1928, 32, 36, 40. Member New Jersey State Finance Committee, Hoover campaign, 1928.

    Member New Jersey Republican State Committee for Burlington County, New Jersey Appointed chairman Commission on Historic Sites in State of New Jersey, 1929. Member board of managers Burlington County Hospital Trustee Yorktown (Virginia) Sesquicentennial Association. Member General Society Colonial Wars (governor general 1930-1936.

    Clubs: Metropolitan, Bankers, Recess, Downtown Athletic, Rockwood Hall, Circumnavigators, Union League (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Crystine Fleeta Bowers, 1919.
    • father: George Keim
    • spouse: Crystine Fleeta Bowers
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    Born October 27, 1884
    Died July 19, 1943
    (aged 58)
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