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Ernest Stauffen

Ernest Stauffen, American banker.

Background

  • Stauffen, Ernest was born on March 10, 1883 in Baltimore. Son of Ernest Stauffen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Columbia, 1904. Bachelor of Laws, New York Law School, 1905.

    Career

    • Brent. Admitted to New York bar, 1905, and began practice with firm Kirby & Wood, New York City. Member Gould & Wilkie, 1908-1914. Active vice president United Dry Goods Company, 1910-1916.

      Became vice president Liberty National Bank, 1916 (which became the New York Trust Company). Now chairman trust committee Manufacturers Trust Company. Director Union Oil Corporation of California, C. G. Gunther’s Sons, Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, Refrigeration Discount Corporation, Sharp & Dohme, International Products Corporation, Marine Midland Corporation, Manufacturers Trust Company, Stern Brothers, Coca Cola Bottling County, New York and Pacific Lumber Company.

      Director and member Executive Committee Anchor Hocking Gass Corporation. Chairman of the board of trustees Austen Riggs Foundation. Trustee Central Savings Bank.

    Membership

    Clubs: Columbia University, Union League, Down Town Association, Lunch, Bankers, Links, Madison Square Garden, Twenty-Nine, Arundel Golf, Bohemian (California).

    Connections

    • Married Theodora Barber.
    • father: Ernest Stauffen. Stauffen
    • spouse: Theodora Barber
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    Born March 10, 1883
    Died November 29, 1950
    (aged 67)
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