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Mark Davids

Mark Davids, American investment banker. Served as First lieutenant United States Army, World War I; Member Investment Bankers Association (governor 1959-1961, vice president 1964).; Mason.

Background

  • Davids, Mark was born on April 4, 1896 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Mark A. and Elizabeth (Pickering) Davids.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Stanford, 1917.

    Career

    • ; children—Mark M., Suzanne. Married second, Ann Robinson, October 29, 1949. Pacific coast district manager Reading Iron Company, 1923-1925.

      Sales manager Banks Huntley & Company, Los Angeles, 1925-1930. Chicago resident partner B.B. Robinson & Company, 1930-1939. Executive vice president Lester & Company, investment bankers, Los Angeles, 1940-1951.

      General partner successor company Lester, Ryons & Company, 1951-1969. Limited partner Hornblower, Weeks, Hemphill Noyes, 1969-1978. Trustee Boys Republic, 1959-1979.

    Membership

    Served as First lieutenant United States Army, World War I. Member Investment Bankers Association (governor 1959-1961, vice president 1964). Mason.; Clubs: Bond (president 1959), California (Los Angeles).

    Connections

    • Married Helen L. Mosher, September 15, 1923 (deceased.; married second, Ann Robinson, October 29, 1949. Children: Mark M., Suzanne.
    • father: Mark A. Davids
    • mother: Elizabeth (Pickering) Davids
    • spouses: Helen L. Mosher
    • Ann Robinson
    • children: Mark M. Davids
    • Suzanne Davids
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    Born April 4, 1896
    Died December 25, 1979
    (aged 83)
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