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Earle Stanley Glines

Earle Stanley Glines, American banker. Recipient Air Force Exceptional Service Award.

Background

  • Glines, Earle Stanley was born on October 25, 1889 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Stephen Douglas and Margaret Lucretia (Ramey) Glines.

  • Education

    • Johns Hopkins, 1908-1909. Graduate School Business Administration Harvard, 1914-1915.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Mary Elizabeth. Married second, Catherine Van Aernam Stevenson, April 14, 1951. Children—Stephen, James, Margaretta Victoria.

      With Stone and Webster, Boston, 1911-1917, assistant general manager of Hog Island Shipyard, 1917-1918. President Lam, Glines & Company, Inc. 1919-1926; president American Continental Corporation, American Securities Corporation, 1926-1936.

      Partner Glines & Company, since 1936. Chairman bondholders protective committees St. Louis, Southwestern Railroad Company and C. M., St.P. & P. R.R. Former vice chairman Price Adjustment Board, United States Maritime Commission in charge shipbuilding contract renegotiation. Former chairman advising committee unites states department Foreign and Domestic Commerce.

      Former member American committee International Chamber of Commerce, Navy Contract Renegotiation Board and special consultant to Secretary of Air Force.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Clubs: Down Town Association, Harvard (New York and Boston).

    Connections

    • Married Marion Robinson Weymouth, June 26, 1912 (deceased March 23, 1949).; married second, Catherine Van Aernam Stevenson, April 14, 1951. Children: Stephen, James, Margaretta Victoria.
    • father: Stephen Douglas Glines
    • mother: Margaret Lucretia (Ramey) Glines
    • spouses: Marion Robinson Weymouth
    • Catherine Van Aernam Stevenson
    • children: Stephen Glines
    • James Glines
    • Margaretta Victoria Glines
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    Born October 25, 1889
    Died August 31, 1963
    (aged 73)
    Nationality

    Award