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Irvin Ferdinand Westheimer

Irvin Ferdinand Westheimer, American investment banker.

Background

  • Westheimer, Irvin Ferdinand was born on September 19, 1879 in Newark. Son of Fernidnand and Sarah (Flarsheim) Westheimer.

  • Education

    • Student Cornell Univercity, 1898-1900.

    Career

    • Partner Westheimer & Company, Cincinnati, 1916-1963. Divisional director Hayden, Stone, Inc., 1963-1970. Past director several industrial corporations Republican of Manhattan Project in confs. with Anthony Eden, also Belgium re uranium.

      Delegate Great Lakes Conference. Past member of New York Stock Exchange. Past vice consul of Paraguay in Cincinnati Founder Big Brother movement, 1903.

      Co-founder Junior Achievement Cincinnati. Chairman atomic energy exhibit Man and the Atom, 1948. Member advising committee for dean Graduate School Arts and Sciences, U. Cincinnati.

      Chairman War Savings Stamp Committee, Cincinnati, World War I.

    Membership

    Clubs: Losantiville Country.

    Connections

    • Married Duffie Freiberg Heinsheimer, April. Children: Charles, Robert.
    • father: Fernidnand Westheimer
    • mother: Sarah (Flarsheim) Westheimer
    • spouse: Duffie Freiberg Heinsheimer
    • children: Charles Westheimer
    • Robert Westheimer
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    Born September 19, 1879
    Died December 31, 1980
    (aged 101)
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